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Grate frozen bread for breadcrumbs

Fine Cooking Issue 92
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Whenever I have leftover bread-end pieces, sliced bread, or rolls not eaten at dinner parties-I throw them into a zip-top bag in my freezer. Then when I need breadcrumbs, I slightly thaw a few pieces and grate them on a box grater (for small amounts) or in my food processor (for larger batches). The partially frozen bread transforms easily into fine crumbs. This way bread never goes to waste, and I can always have fresh bread crumbs in a matter of minutes.

Deborah L. Pascuzzi, Placitas, NM


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