So delicious I couldn't stop myself from eating it too fast for a picture. Everything in the recipe is eyeballed so if something works better for you a different way, do it.
about 4 inches from the end of day(or week) old sourdough(i used my S&P sourdough)
4/5 fresh sage leaves
5 sliced spicy pickled green tomatoes
1/2ish cup of water
heavy pinch pepper
few dashes of salt
squirt yellow mustard
splash of veggie oil
couple spoons of flour
Cut bread into 1/2 inch chunks and set out, the longer you do this the more it absorbs. I did mine for about 2 hours.
Chop everything else fine (if choppable) and mix all together in a bowl.
Toss in bread chunks and mix around for a few min, then lest sit and soak up the goodness. try to press the Bread down gently so you get most of the pieces submerged, if you can.
Turn oven on 330
Let soak until most of the liquid is absorbed, tossing once so every piece gets full of tasty.
Butter a pan or line it with tin foil and lay in bread chunks, pour over what's left in the bowl.
Bake for about 20/30 min, remove covering tinfoil and then put under broiler for a few until lightly browned on some of the pieces.
Laying on some cheese before the broil would be a Vunderbar idea.
Please to Enjoy.
::Full belly coma commencing..3...2...zzzz::