Originally Posted by Adillo303
... The wife unit also likes heels, so, they go to use in our house.
I like heels too, especially 3 inch ones, black is nice. They accentuate the female calf so beautifully, making them look muscular and strong. I wouldn't throw them at the ducks though. It might hurt the poor critters. I also wouldn't wear them, or make them from bread. I'd think the bread would crush when you stepped down on them, unless we're talking about those ultra hard zweiback things.
I don't understand the concept of dunking heals into things like olive oil, or ranch dressing. Heals, as stated before, have to be very hard to withstand the weight of a woman standing on them, and therefore would be difficult to chew, and harder to swallow. And why would you want to even try?
Ok, enough silliness. Bread heels are great when lightly toasted, smeared with just the right amount of butter, and drizzled with good honey. The mroe dense outer side keeps the honey in place, rather than letting it seep through the pores to drip all over my shirt.
I also use the heals to make home-made panko bread crumbs. Just rub the insides of two heels together and say "There's no place like home. There's no place like home. There's no place like home." Oh! Wait! That's not right. That's from the Wizard of Oz movie.
Now let's see. Oh yeh. Rub the insides of the heels together, like sand paper. Beautiful bread crumbs fall downward, so do this over a plate or jellyroll pan, or something, unless you like picking up a bunch of breadcrumbs off of the floor. And for those of you with pets, or stinky feet, I wouldn't recomend you use those breadcrumbs from the floor for your cooking (unless you followed the 3-second rule of course).
Finally, if you bake the bread crumbs until crisp, and then file the edges, you can use them as a lethal frizbee kind-of-thing, to hunt with.
Seeeeeeeeya; Goodweed of the North