Salmon is a very forgiving fish. It tastes good over a wide range of temperatures from well done down to nearly sashimi-like and rare. This makes it the perfect fish for beginning home cooks. Couple that with the fact that broiling is one of the fastest, easiest, and most flavorful ways to cook a piece of fish, and you've got one of the simplest to make, but most impressive and satisfying fish dishes around. A sweet sake and miso-based marinade helps give the fish a caramelized, charred crust while allowing it to stay medium-rare at the center. Don't want to fire up the oven for just a couple pieces of dish? This dish works well in a toaster oven--just give it a minute or two longer to cook.