* Season the halibut with the vinaigrette and salt and pepper.
* You will need to juggle a few steps here to finish things off, or enlist some help.
* Heat up the Canola oil in a saute pan to medium-high. While this is heating up, turn on your grill and also pull out your bowl of mixed salad greens.
* While that equipment heats up, take your dinner plates and place the cauliflower steaks on them; leave them on the counter to soon be finished off.
* Pan-fry the tomatoes. When you turn them to fry the other side (a few minutes per side), I would then place the halibut on the grill.
* Finish frying off the tomatoes, remove them and place on some folded paper towels to drain.
* Now you can pay your full attention to grilling the halibut, which will take 5 to 7 minutes per side. Use an electric thermometer to check the internal cooking temperature so you don't have to pull the fillet apart. You want to cook the fish to 145 degrees F.
* When the fish is done, you can now assemble the rest of the plates. First, lay a fried tomato near the cauliflower. Second, you can now add some vinaigrette to your mixed greens, toss them and place the greens next to the tomato. Place the fish on the tomato and drizzle some dressing on the fish and serve.