I made a walnut rosemary bread last Friday... I still have about a 1/4 of a loaf left... can I use it for something or is week old bread something that should be tossed. I usually put half the loaf in the freezer so this does not happen...



Aliwaks February 1, 2011
My favorite use for "old bread" is to use it as a base for a roast chicken...http://www.food52.com/recipes/3371_roasted_chicken_with_garlic_bread
innoabrd February 1, 2011
would make a great stuffing for a chicken!
brandon January 31, 2011
make a dressing, or use it to make gazpacho
betteirene January 31, 2011
Go here, http://www.food52.com/recipes/7030_crispy_salt_and_pepper_french_toast
We love this stuff. If you don't fancy it plain, do what A&M suggest and make some sort of Monte Cristo or a plain old grilled cheese from it.
spiffypaws January 30, 2011
stuffing for a roast chicken
testkitchenette January 30, 2011
mzlizzle January 30, 2011
Walnut rosemary bread, yum! As long as it's not moldy, I say use it. What about a bread pudding with goat cheese and dried cranberries? Or you could cut it into cubes, coat with olive oil and saute until crispy for croutons on a sweet-and-savory salad. Good luck!
susan G. January 30, 2011
This would make wonderful French toast, bread pudding, strata -- anything where the bread is soaked. Or wonderful bread crumbs!
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