We do an annual "friendsgiving" that we have dubbed NoFucksGiving due to the fact it's all friend family and many of us work jobs that potentially have to work on Thanksgiving/Black Friday (everywhere from retail to hospital to police) so we actually hold it a week later when it's easier to request days off. Normally everyone who attends is a meat eater, but this year we have a new addition. A friend just got engaged, and his fiance is a pescatarian (and a somewhat picky eater at that). I'm not a great cook when it comes to fish dishes, and I'm the primary cook for the dinner. I can convert everything else I usually make for Thanksgiving to be fully vegetarian, with the obvious exception of the turkey.
Does anyone have any ideas of something I can make, that I probably can't screw up and that she might actually like, so she has something to eat other than side dishes? I am a good cook in general, I just always seem to dry out fish no matter how much I try to watch it to make sure I don't overcook it.