One of my biggest challenges in home decor is selecting art pieces for the walls. I am so picky and always second guess myself! I feel that the art displayed is such an integral part of the entire room's look. It is almost defining. Add in the fact that I can't even commit to one fabric for a custom made sofa and... well, you can see my dilemma!
First, make the salsa. In a mixing bowl, combine the cherry tomatoes
with the green onions, cilantro, jalapeño, lime juice and sea salt. Set
aside until ready for use.
Next, combine the paprika, cumin, chipotle and sea salt to make the rub.
Generously season the salmon with the rub. You may have a little left
over—you can save it in a sealed glass jar in the pantry for future use.
Lightly grease a medium baking dish and place the salmon fillets inside,
skin side down. Roast for about 12-15 minutes, until the salmon is
cooked through but not dry.(Cooking times will vary depending on the
thickness of your fillet—so be sure to check after about 10 minutes.)
Remove salmon from heat and set aside to cool for a few minutes. Flake
the salmon with a fork for serving.
Prepare the tacos on a single corn tortilla with the salmon first,
followed by the salsa, feta cheese, and a cilantro/lime garnish if
Paris. I don't think I need to go in to too much detail as to what makes Paris, well... Paris.
European style at it's finest. Beautiful women, exuberant design, confident demeanor. And not to mention usually an approach to fashion that most people won't be wearing in America until next season, if not next year.
And all of that was brought out on the streets at Paris Fashion Week which wrapped up it's events earlier this week.