Friday, July 27, 2012
It is with good cause, however. When I was first married, the spouse was about to throw out the heels of a loaf of bread (as neither of us likes to eat them), and I told her to save them. She asked, "why?", thinking I was nuts. I answered, what I thought was obvious, "for stuffing". As her mother wasn't much of a cook, she only knew stuffing out of a box. So, for our first thanksgiving, I made the sage dressing the way my mother and grandmother did, and she learned how right I was.
Sweet breads get cut up and stored seperately.
By doing this, I have ready ingredients for stuffing, strata, bread pudding, meatloaf, or breading. It is frugal, using something otherwise thrown away.