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    5 dress who make you look skinny

    5 dress who make you look skinny

    Who does not want to seem slimmer, skinnier? World of fashion continually produce dresses that make us look thinner.
    1- Double-breasted cut dresses
    These kind of dresses cover our abdominal region with their narrowing cut in waist region. Also, by attracting attention to upper body, their cleavage create a balance between breast and hip.

    make you look thinner

    2- A cut dresses
    A cut dresses, the best-loved dresses in 1960s, are in line for being the most popular fashion trends with the right hemline. These kind of dresses are hip-slung so they hide the extra kilos on the waist region with their knee-level hemline, especially if they are combined with wedge stilettos.

    dress type that make you look

    3-Belted dresses
    Just like double-breasted dresses, their secret is to create a balance body proportion with their waist holes. If you are medium weight, you should prefer a thin belts whereas overweight women should prefer thick ones.

    dress type that make you look thinner

    4-Maxi dresses
    Maxi dresses and skirts have been the honor guest of our wardrobes for 3 years. The secret of these dresses is to make us look longer, especially when they are combined with high heeled shoes. However, keep in mind that we must abstain from chiffon fabrics and light colors.

    5 dress type that make you look

    5-Corsage dresses
    Since medieval ages, these kind of dresses are definitely found women’s wardrobes. They are like foul-weather friend! Corsage dresses promise an immediate slimness even if their being too tight may be disadvantageous.

    5 dress type that make you look thinner

     
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    Chloe

    Chloe

    Pastel colors, layers of silk, drapery this is the description from the new Chloe collection 2016. The colors and designs are amazing, floating in the air, naked from soft georgette silk, with different laces and ruffles. Oversized and lejerity it’s the second name, but also skin friendly, soft and light.

    If until now i didn’t watch with such a rush the new collections from Chloe, from now on i will have for sure an eye on this famous brand.

     

     
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    The colors of wedding dresses 2016

    The colors of wedding dresses 2016

    White will remain, certainly peaking base when talking about wedding dresses and probably most women will opt for an immaculate white outfits for this special day. However, we see gradually range of colors accepted in wedding dress becomes increasingly generous and classic white is replaced by a different pastel tones such as green mint or pistachio, ivory, cream, and shades grey and more strong.

    CINDERELLA

    Peach color

    Prepare to feel the most beautiful woman in the world in a peach-colored dress. With a touch of colors so fresh and delicate, expect your enthusiastic reactions from everyone. Moreover, Peach Echo is one of the colors of the year, if we take the authority on color – Pantone. A color that exudes warmth and freshness, this pastel shade shy Apart has made in recent years on the runways of major fashion designers, but it is expected that in 2017 this trend will become even stronger. Whether you want a rustic-inspired dress, one of her vintage tinted one ultra modern, direct, peach is definitely a good choice.

    Nude pink

    Remaining in the same area, nude pink is another option for the wedding dress. Legends Collection signed by Romona Keveza includes several pieces in this tone chromatic and other fashionable shades such as ivory. All the pieces in this collection have common elements of paramount elegance and deep necklines fringed lace, beads inserts and transparent meshes. Marchesa is another fashion brand that brought on platforms nude pink dresses, ruffles combined this time with ample veil. At Naeem Khan, pink quartz combined with floral appliques in handmade lace, but keep note of transparency and exquisitely elegant.

    Golden

    Fashion designer beloved of Hollywood, Jenny Packham collections included in its latest bridal wedding dress with gold trim. Kelly Faetanini go in the same direction, but it is structured silhouette and totally bare shoulders. The same model can disclaims princess dress and if you want only light gold accents, New York-based fashion designer has included this option in its collection for spring 2017. At Lazaro, gold does not appear in inserts, but is colored satin, and lace.

    Pastel lavander

    If you do not have the courage to choose a wedding dress in a color so strong, you have the option to choose one with purple accents. Here it will propose Romona Kevesa and Naeem Khan, while Rita Vinieris, fashion designer signing Collection bridal for spring 2017 fashion house Rivin go on a more delicate, with a dress accessorized with lace in a shade pastel purple.

    Pastel blue

    Shades of pastel blue color of the sky a cloudless summer days are nothing new. I saw this tone color of wedding dresses on the runways in recent years, but in the spring of 2017 it becomes crystal background color of the dress, which apply system accessories such as veil lace or feathers, as we propose Angel Sanchez and Naeem Khan. But Delphine Manivet, the blue becomes more daring and covers a simple top, entering in contrast with the white belt designed to emphasize a wasp waist. The skirt is colored pastel veil, bringing serenity required for such outfits.

    Behold, in terms of colors, nothing is forbidden in this season. Trends are generous and pastel colors and full of elegance.

     

     
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    Lady Gaga

    Lady Gaga

    Sie lässt sich zwischen zwei Tassen Tee dein Hinterkopf tätowieren, würde aber nie mit Make-up ins Bett gehen , Lady Gaga irrutiert und imponiert.

    Bester Beweis: ihr Duft FAME , der erste schwarze Parfum, Verruchte Outfits.

    Wie kommt man auf die Idee, ein Parfums aus schwarzer Flüssigkeit zu kreieren?

    Ich habe gesehen, wie alle Celebrities eigene Düfte auf den Markt bringen. Keiner davon hat mir gefallen, ich finde sie alle langweilig. Ich dachte, wenn ich so etwas auch mache sollte, dann muss es wirklich punkig sein, gleichzeitig aber so glamourös, dass selbst meine Mutter er sich auf den Schminktisch stellen würde.

    Wenn man ehrlich ist, ist es bei Celebrity Düften doch egal, wonach sie riechen. Die Leute kaufen das Parfum in erster Linie, weil sie den Künstler mögen. “Fame” soll also etwas Besonderes für meine Fans sein. Aber ich hoffe natürlich, dass es auch denen gefällt, die sonst nichts mit mir anfangen können.

     Wie duftet denn echter Ruhm?

    Verrucht, sexy, süss ein bisschen schmutzig. Ruhm ist eine dunkle Angelegenheit. Deshalb passt der Duft so gut. Rieche ich “Fame” , fühle ich mich begehrenswert un schön. Und ich denke an Sex. Oder an den Moment nach dem Sex, wenn man mit seinem Freund im Bett sitzt und Pizza ist. Vielleicht auch deshalb, weil ich mit dem Duft einen Mann rumgekriegt habe. Und der ist ein ziemlich guter Fang…

     Arbeits des Ruhms: Welches Nuances geben Ihnen sofort das Gefühl, zu Hause zu sein?

    Der Duft meiner engsten Freundinnen. Wenn wir zum Beispiel alle zusammensitzen, Champagner trinken, rauchen und uns für lange Nacht fertig machen. Oder der vertraute Geruch, den man in der Nase hat, wenn man sein Gesicht nach dem Aufwachen in den Nacken seines Freundes oder der Freundin kuschelt.

     

     
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    The art of doing something with your hands

    The art of doing something with your hands

    Living your life, earn less money, have more free time, enjoy more the nature, eat bio, live in a smaller house, buy less “things” , thats the motto today’s subject!

    Creativity and imagination start to be more and more important in the last years.

    Painting, gardening, paper cuts, origami, blogs, illustrator, sewing, and more… all these activity before were only hobbies, today media encourage us to be a life style! Using your hands , start to be important and significant, the scientists said using your hands keep also a healthy mind. Make you more happy, and you can escape of depression.

    My question is:  why we are so depressed anyway? Why people these days are not that happy, with burnouts and stressed?

    I studied a little bit in the past, and until 80 years ago , or more recent people were not happy to begin with… Children were commit suicide because that cant take it anymore, adults they had just a spark of happiness sometimes. So how can we expect these days life it would be better?

    Quality of life improved that’s for sure… Its hard to keep yourself happy that’s the reality. Life it’s fully with unexpected issues to resolve. Sometimes we can resolve it, sometimes not, but we are trying all the time. You still need money to live, for rent, food, and others, you can not stop working, and just mediated and be happy.

    The society for you to pay taxes, to pay for the lifestyle you have. So you can not let it go so much as the media suggest.

    Probably the answer it’s between, if you let it go to much, the society consider you as being lazy. Also its not good.

    What we try now, it’s too preoccupied yourself with manual work, hobbies and party time jobs, created something, that make us forget how unhappy we really are!

     

     

     
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    Grilled pineapple Teriyaki chicken wraps

    Grilled pineapple Teriyaki chicken wraps

    30 mins to make, serves 4

    Ingredients

     

    Meat

    • 4 Chicken breasts, boneless skinless

    Produce

    • 1 tsp Garlic
    • 1 tsp Garlic powder
    • 3/4 tsp Ginger, ground
    • 8 Pineapple rings
    • 1/4 Red onion

    Condiments

    • 1 tbsp Honey
    • 1/2 cup Soy sauce
    • 1/2 cup Teriyaki sauce

    Baking & Spices

    • 1/4 cup Brown sugar
    • 1 tsp Chili powder
    • 1 Salt and pepper

    Oils & Vinegars

    • 2 tbsp Rice vinegar
    • 1 tbsp Sesame oil

    Bread & Baked Goods

    • 4 Pita wraps
    • INSTRUCTIONS
      1. Preheat grill to medium heat. Season chicken breasts with garlic powder, chili powder, and salt and pepper to taste. Grill for 5-8 minutes on each side until chicken is cooked through.
      2. Assemble wraps by placing a grilled chicken breast, onions, pineapple, and any other desired toppings on each pita. Top with teriyaki sauce and sprinkle with sesame seeds and cilantro if desired. Serve immediately.
      3. For the homemade teriyaki sauce whisk all ingredients together in a small sauce pan. Stir constantly while bringing to a boil. Boil for 1-2 minutes. Reduce heat and transfer to a heat-safe bowl to serve.

     Grilled Pineapple Chicken Teriyaki Wraps:

     
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    Marc Jacobs

    Marc Jacobs

    “You can ask me anything. I’m an open book. What do you want to know?”

    The 52-year-old is going to – but the sentiment is heartfelt, no doubt about that.I Want Your Love, Chic’s 1979 disco classic, is playing in his office, seven floors above Spring Street in New York’s SoHo.  “I have the word ‘Shameless’ tattooed on my chest. I want to be as honest as I possibly can,” he says. “I sleep better at night.”

    Marc Jacobs made his first appearance in American Vogue in 1986, sporting long hair and an oversized black sweater in the back row of a group shot of eight up-and-coming designers. Thirty years later his name remains box office, with the clout to close New York fashion week. But this Marc Jacobs, on the other hand – the joke-sharing, secret-spilling social media personality – is newly minted in the two years since he finished an epic 16-year stint at the helm of Louis Vuitton. He has climbed down from his Parisian ivory tower, settled back into downtown New York and begun a restructuring of his label that puts Marc Jacobs, the man – his face, his values, his sense of humour – front and centre. And in doing so, he has rebooted his persona as one of the most compelling figures in the fashion industry.

    Right. So what do I ask him? I want to ask about his spring/summer collection, conceived as a celebration of America’s legalisation of gay marriage. And about his casting of transgender director Lana Wachowski as a campaign model, and the process by which he is engaged, through fashion, with contemporary issues around gender. But I am also dying to be really nosy about what went down on his recent Caribbean holiday, the one from which he posted Zoolander tribute videos and amateur cabaret skits wearing polyester Santa costumes, and was rewarded for his jollity with snipey online noise about whether he was partying when he should be designing. (Jacobs did spells in rehab for alcohol and drug addiction in 1999 and 2007, before getting sober.)

    So, naturally, I ask him about the videos. “That was a happy, healthy vacation after working really hard all year. It was actually hilarious, because one day we’re all at the table – I was with Neil [Barrett, fashion designer] and his boyfriend, andDean and Dan [Caten, designers of Dsquared2] and their boyfriends, and they are all European, so they take the whole month of August off – and there’s this magazine article about Marc Jacobs’ never-ending vacation. And I’m like, what? I’ve had two weeks off this entire year!”

    Sober? “Totally. The previous year, I would have had maybe a glass of rosé at lunch. But this Christmas I didn’t drink at all.” The idea for the first video came at “about 11am one morning. We had drunk grapefruit juice and double espressos, eaten brioche and omelettes. We were having fun, which is what being on holiday is about, right? And dressing up, self-expression – that is what fashion is all about. It has nothing to do with being drunk.”

    As if to prove his point, the Marc Jacobs I meet is quite different from the one you see in the portrait, taken a couple of hours ago. “I got up this morning and dressed for the photo. I thought, I want to wear a suit, I want to shave and trim, I want to mean business. And then I came into work and 10 minutes later I changed into this, which is what I work in every day.” His office uniform is hi-low athleisure: Marc Jacobs sneakers, white towelling socks, lean Adidas tracksuit bottoms, a snug long-sleeved ribbed T-shirt he calls a “thermal”. It shows off a gym-honed body made, if not for sin any more, then certainly for selfies. The insanely good shape he is in for 52 certainly corroborates a holiday fuelled by nothing more than coffee and omelette. He is refreshingly open about having had a little help with his youthful complexion – his first-ever Instagram selfie was captioned “No filter, (some filler)!” – but his healthy glow looks very real. Only the salt-and-pepper stubble hints at his age, and it suits him. (I guess he knows this, because the silver flecks are on his face but not his head, so if he didn’t like them he could lose the beard.) The one hangover from his misspent youth are the ever-present cigarettes, which he treats like a stage prop. When he is being intense, he presses the manicured fingers of his smoking hand to his forehead, smoke curling above his head, like Marlene Dietrich.

    There is something of the character actor about Jacobs, a petite man with six-foot-four charisma. “My relationship with fashion has always been that each of us stars in our own movies and costumes ourselves to play the part we want. You take blouses and jeans and dresses, and you put them together and they tell your story.” This is especially potent for people who feel they don’t fit in, or that the jeans or dress laid out for them doesn’t reflect who they really are. In October 2012, Lana Wachowski, director of the Matrix films, gave an emotional and candid account of her transgender experience in an acceptance speech for the Human Rights Campaign’s Visibility award, in which she spoke of feeling “that I am broken, that there is something wrong with me, that I will never be lovable.” The speech resonated with Jacobs, because, “while I didn’t have that particular experience – I never had any kind of gender confusion – I knew from a very early age that I was gay. And so at nine years old I felt like I was different from the other boys. I didn’t want to play sports or roll in the mud eating worms, or whatever. I wanted to make ceramics and embroider my jeans and go shopping for back-to-school clothes. My parents never, ever taught me that one skin colour was better than another or a particular sexual preference made me normal– and yet when I was with the other kids, I just knew that I was different. That was hard. That’s where I had such a connection to what Lana was saying.” Sandra Bernhard, Bette Midler and drag queen Dan Donigan also feature in this season’s campaign. “Authentic, extraordinary human beings who, at various times in my life, opened my mind,” he says. “And, you know, wouldn’t it be wonderful if we could just all accept each other’s differences?” He throws his arms wide in a Broadway flourish, ever the performer.

    Jacobs himself has always been broad-minded about gender in his wardrobe. He wore a kilt to jury duty in 2010 and a black lace dress to the Met Gala two years later. “Lorenzo Martone, who I used to be engaged to be married to, used to tease me about wearing skirts. But I don’t see how there’s anything masculine or feminine about a piece of clothing. If there’s a great Prada coat that fits me, I don’t care if it’s in the women’s department. But things are changing. Lorenzo has evolved, so much, as a human being, that he would never say something like that now.” Despite their split, Jacobs and Martone remain such good friends that Martone and his boyfriend, as well as Jacobs’ boyfriend, were part of the Caribbean holiday gang.

    Jacobs’ early childhood was chaotic. After his father died when he was seven, his mother remarried several times in quick succession, uprooting the family each time before Jacobs found emotional stability as a teenager, living with his grandmother on the Upper West Side. You get the impression he became worldly at an early age, even for a New Yorker. Last September, Jacobs closed New York fashion week with a love letter to his native city, an exuberant, Broadway-themed show staged in the historic Ziegfeld theatre, entitled Marc Jacobs: One Night Only. It was part nostalgia and part optimism, born out of the emotion of the June day last year when the supreme court ruled same-sex marriage to be a legal right across the US. “We were all elated on that day. We were together for the first meeting about the collection and in a very flip sort of way I said to the design team, we should do Americana, the red, white and blue. And we started talking about America, and about New York, and Katie [Grand, Jacobs’ stylist and collaborator] told me about this documentary where Bette Midler, who is a performer I have loved since I was eight or nine, takes the journalist around all the places of her past in the city. And when I watched it, so much of it was my New York, the city I grew up with. So that became the starting point for the collection.”

    But how, I ask, does that translate into fashion? How do you get from the emotional power of the idea of New York City, to clothes in a store? “Because there’s a visual aspect to everything. And to me the visual part is the seductive part. Every colour, every print, every embroidery in that collection references some aspect of my life in New York over the past 40 years.” The show was a knockout, and its autobiographical spirit seemed to symbolise how Jacobs, no longer splitting his time between Marc Jacobs, a diffusion line and Louis Vuitton, was once more putting his heart and soul into Marc Jacobs.

    Jacobs is wearing Adidas striped tracksuit bottoms, the polyester kind, and aCartier “Juste un clou” bracelet, styled after a curved nail, which retails at £34,300. A healthy tension between low-fi and high-flying has been a theme since 1993, when the Grunge collection he designed for Perry Ellis, aged 30, won him the prestigious CFDA Women’s Designer of the Year award, but also got him sacked. Many promising young fashion stars, once knocked off course, are never seen again, but not Jacobs. Within a year he was back on the New York fashion week schedule with his own label, Linda Evangelista and Naomi Campbell walking in the first show for free. In 1997, he was hired by Louis Vuitton, where he turned a luxury luggage company into a fashion powerhouse, while simultaneously expanding the Marc Jacobs empire with the launch of a Marc by Marc Jacobs diffusion line in 2001. In 2013 Jacobs left Louis Vuitton to concentrate on his own line, after which the Marc by Marc Jacobs line enjoyed a feted last hurrah under British designers Luella Bartley and Katie Hillier, and then shuttered. The signs are that the newly streamlined Marc Jacobs company – majority owned by LVMH, with Jacobs and longtime business partner Robert Duffy each retaining a stake – is headed for a stock market launch. (In 2013, a timescale of three years was mooted, but no date has yet been set.) Duffy has stepped aside from CEO duties, replaced by Sebastian Suhl, fresh from overseeing a period of expansion at Givenchy, and today Jacobs is enthusiastic about pouring his energies into a new, potentially lucrative Marc Jacobs beauty line. “I love cosmetics,” he says. “It’s like a show: choosing the colours, the image, the shapes and forms with the packaging, the names.”

    Jacobs’ first Marc Jacobs show after leaving Louis Vuitton was a homage to the veteran Vogue editor Diana Vreeland. At the time, Jacobs was quoted in Voguesaying, “I am so appalled by the whole social media thing. I don’t get it, it doesn’t appeal to me.” I spoke to Jacobs backstage after that show, and wrote in my notebook that he spoke of Vreeland as “passionate in her tastes, but never afraid to totally change her mind” – words that seemed prophetic a month later, when Jacobs embraced Instagram with zeal. He laughs about this, when I ask him. “When I said that about social media, I was on a bit of a tirade. Four blocks of the West Village were shut off that day because of the crowds to meet Kendall Jenner, and it just seemed insane. I was very into Vreeland at that time, and her thing of being very absolute yet very arbitrary in her tastes. She absolutely loved something right up until the point where she absolutely hated it.” The day he read his quotes in Vogue, he went home and took a selfie. “And that was how my Instagram account was born.”

    He now has 400,000 followers. “I like the attention,” he says, disarmingly. “I like reading the comments. Well, most of them. Of course the problem is that there can be 500 positive comments, but the one negative comment will be the one that I remember and the one I talk to you about. I talk to my therapist about this all the time.”

    The dynamic goes like this: I ask Jacobs questions about fashion, which he answers by talking about people and relationships and conversations, rather than about clothes. Ask him about red carpet fashion and he talks about how much he loves Cher, whom he dressed for the Met Gala last year. Ask him about the Americana collection and he talks about his memories of clubbing in the meatpacking district before gentrification. Ask him about the ad campaign and he talks about how he and his boyfriend cried when they listened to Lana Wachowski’s speech. He is good at chat, the type who can make a taped mid-afternoon workplace interview feel like an after-hours catchup. Even his personal extravagances seem centred around relationships rather than aesthetics: when I admire the Cartier bracelet, he tells me how he bought plain gold versions for each of the friends he went on holiday with. A generous gesture, because Cartier bracelets, even the ones without diamonds, aren’t cheap, and he ran through the holiday guest list at one point and I am pretty sure it ran into double figures. And it’s the same later on, when he tells me about his art collection. It’s about creating a dialogue in a room, he says, about filling a space with ideas and emotions. One of his favourite pieces, he says, is “a 1960s Ellsworth Kelly. It’s a yellow curve on a white canvas, which I’ve imbued with these warm feelings, like a beautiful sunny smile. Really, it’s just a yellow shape. But I feel like it tells a story.

     
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    How we make jewels shine like new

    How we make jewels shine like new

    You need aluminum foil!

    Want to have jewels like new? A simple trick can transform their totaly.

    Below is what you need to prepare for shining jewels miracle solution, you need: (home made recipe!)

    1 tablespoon salt
    1 tablespoon baking soda
    1 tablespoon of dishwashing liquid
    1 cup water
    1 piece of aluminum foil

    Heat water in microwave for 1-2 minutes.
    Place a piece of aluminum foil on the bottom of a glass or a small bowl.
    Pour over boiling water, then add salt, baking soda and dishwashing liquid. Put jewelry into the mix for 5-10 minutes.
    Jewelry wash under running cold water and wipe them with a soft dry cloth.

     

    Good luck! Your jewelry will look great in not time!

     
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    Baked garlic parmesan potato wedges

    Baked garlic parmesan potato wedges

    45 mins to make, serves 4-6

     

    Ingredients

    Vegetarian, Gluten free

    Produce

    • 2 tsp Garlic powder
    • 3 Russet potatoes, large

    Baking & Spices

    • 2 tsp Italian seasoning
    • 2 tsp Salt

    Oils & Vinegars

    • 4 tbsp Olive oil

    Dairy

    • 1/2 cup Parmesan cheese
    • INSTRUCTIONS
      1. Preheat oven to 375. Lightly grease a large baking sheet and set aside.
      2. Place potato wedges in a large bowl. Drizzle with olive oil and toss to coat. In a small bowl whisk together salt, garlic powder, and Italian seasoning. Sprinkle potato wedges with the shredded cheese, tossing to coat, then sprinkle with the seasoning mixture.
      3. Place potato wedges on prepared baking sheet in a single layer with skin-sides-down. Bake for 25-35 minutes until potatoes are fork-tender and golden. Sprinkle with freshly chopped parsley and dressing for dipping.

     

    Baked Garlic Parmesan Potato Wedges | Creme de la Crumb:

     
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    Pesto salmon and italian veggies in foil

    Pesto salmon and italian veggies in foil

    What’s not to love about dinners in foil right? Easy to make, easy clean up, and they taste delicious! This Pesto Salmon with Italian…

    Ingredients

    Seafood

    • 4 (6 oz) skinless salmon, skinless fillets

    Produce

    • 1 pint Grape tomatoes
    • 1 1/4 lbs Green beans, fresh

    Condiments

    • 4 tsp Lemon juice, fresh
    • 4 tbsp Pesto

    Baking & Spices

    • 1 Salt and freshly ground black pepper

    Oils & Vinegars

    • 3 tsp Olive oil
    Directions:
    • Preheat oven to 400 degrees. Bring a pot of water to a boil. Cut four pieces of aluminum foil into 14-inch lengths. Boil green beans 3 minutes, then carefully drain (asparagus doesn’t need to be boiled before baking).
    • Toss green beans (or asparagus) with 2 tsp olive oil and season with salt and pepper to taste, divide into 4 servings and layer in center of each piece of foil. Season both sides of salmon with salt and pepper. Layer salmon over green beans and then spread 1 Tbsp pesto over top. Drizzle 1 tsp lemon juice over each fillet. Toss tomatoes with remaining 1 tsp olive oil and season lightly with salt. Spread over each salmon fillet. Wrap sides of foil in and roll and crimp edge to seal, then wrap ends upward to seal (don’t wrap too tightly you want the heat to be able to circulate well).
    • Place side by side on a baking sheet and bake in preheated oven until salmon has cooked through, about 20 – 28 minutes (cook time will vary depending on thickness of salmon and desired degree of doneness).

     

    Pesto salmon and italian veggies in foil

     Pesto Salmon and Italian Veggies in Foil | Cooking Classy

     
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