Your Aura is Blue
Spiritual and calm, you tend to live a quiet but enriching life. You are very giving of yourself. And it's hard for you to let go of relationships. The purpose of your life: showing love to other people Famous blues include: Angelina Jolie, the Dali Lama, Oprah Careers for you to try: Psychic, Peace Corps Volunteer, Counselor

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This blog started out as a way for me to display and sell my handmade jewelry creations. I have set up shop on, where my shop name is "Dreamin of Beadin". The link to my Etsy store is located on the right hand side of this page. Please check me out!! If jewelry's not your thing, then check out the site anyway ~ there are plenty of talented artists selling lots of cool things there. For your reading pleasure, this blog will serve as a sneak peek into what's going on "behind the scenes" in my world. I love to cook, so there will be plenty of recipes, as well as product reviews and the occasional product giveaway (woo hoo!) I also love to take pictures of anything and everything, and I just bought a new camera, so there will be plenty of photos. And I like wine too, so things could get pretty interesting . . . Thank you for your support of me, Etsy and "all things handmade" :)


Here's the Dish: Easy Crunchy Baked Chicken

In a recent post, I mentioned how much I love Shallot Pepper seasoning from Penzey's.  If you still don't believe me enough to try it for yourself, then let me entice you with this easy recipe :)  It is something I made up, and it's so easy, you're bound to love it, too!

You need:  2-4 boneless, skinless chicken breasts, 1 T. olive oil, Penzey's Shallot Pepper Seasoning, and some Panko Bread crumbs. 
Trim any fat from the chicken breasts; season all sides with Shallot Pepper (or any seasoning of your choice).  Place in a glass dish and drizzle with olive oil.  Cover and refrigerate overnight.
Preheat oven to 375 degrees.  Roll chicken breasts in bread crumbs (you can season those, too).  If you need some "glue" to make the breadcrumbs stick, then beat one egg and dunk them in that first.  I then like to sprinkle the chicken breasts with some minced garlic.  Bake for 35-40 minutes, or until done. 
Yum ~ so tasty and simple!   If you do have any leftovers, slice the chicken up and make a salad with it the following day.

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