From an easy recipe card from the fish counter. Boston Bluefish is considered an oily fish with a rich, strong flavor and less white meat. The fat is distributed throughout the flesh keeping it moist during cooking. FYI-If you've never had bluefish before, it's strong taste doesn't work with any preparation the way a milder fish might. I used to have it broiled rather simply, with butter and lemon and a touch of paprika, which is fine but this will be a nice change of pace.