She can make her own breadcrumbs!
I'm not sure why she thought this as she was a non-cook, but that's the way the story goes, I swear.
It turns out that these homemade breadcrumbs were way better than the store-bought and she never bought breadcrumbs from the store again.
I don't exactly follow a recipe, but here's the non-recipe from this non-cook.
Cut the leftover almost stale baguette (or any bread, really) into chunks. We love the baguette's from The Anderson's General Store and usually, we have some leftover. If we don't eat it on the second day, it gets too stale to eat at all. Breadcrumbs is the perfect use!
When the crumbs are dry, process them again, for just a few seconds this time, they'll break up easily.
Voila! You have breadcrumbs. You can stop here if you don't want to season them. You can always season them as you use them.
What have you been cooking up lately?