This recipe hails from New Orleans, where seafood is a staple. Whole, fresh red snapper, filled with a simple bread stuffing (seasoned with green onion, parsley, salt and and pepper) is then baked and basted with a Creole sauce of tomatoes, celery, onion, green pepper, garlic, bay leaf, and more. Garnished with parsley and some Creole sauce on the side, this makes for a stunning presentation. It is imperative that you select only the freshest fish. Look for clear eyes, bright tight scales and shiny skin, firmness and little to no "fishy" smell. Wrap loosely with foil or waxed paper, refrigerate, and cook within one day.