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lindsaylugraphics:

Well Done Steaks

1/2 lb Ground Pork

1/2 lb Ground Beef

Eggs

2 Tbsp Worcestershire Sauce

Salt & Pepper to taste

Red Food Coloring as needed

-Mix pork, beef, one egg , salt, pepper, and Worcestershire together.

-Shape into small football shapes (When cooking they will plump up so exaggerate your shape a bit)

-Cook meatballs in a pan on medium-high heat until outsides and seared and sealed.

-Place on a greased baking pan and cook in oven at 350 for about 10 minutes (until cooked thoroughly)

-(Optional) Mix the other egg in 1 tbsp of cool water and some red food coloring together (the egg will make it look pink, it will cook to red)

-Baste on colored egg wash and return to oven until egg is fully cooked (2-3 minutes)

-Once meatballs are cooked, take art dough bone ends (see below) and place into each side of the meatball. A knife may help with making a starting hole to put the bone in.

Art Dough Recipe (AKA Salt Dough, does not taste good)

1 Cup Flour

1/2 Cup Water

1Cup Salt

-Mix all ingredients together until a dough ball is formed

-Knead on a flowered surface for about 3-5 minutes to stiffen dough slightly

-Allow mixture to sit in a covered bowl for about 30 minutes

-Remove dough and knead a bit more

-Shape dough. In this case, try to make a bone/T shape. Make enough of an end that it can be stuck into the meat.

-Bake in oven at 350 degrees for 45 minutes - 1 hour or until hard all the way through

DO NOT EAT THE BREAD. IT IS FOR DECORATIVE PURPOSES ONLY.

It tastes very bad and if done correctly, should be hard as a rock

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qchanartblog:

Finally posting my finished short zine after about a month…. or two months. Here’s the cover and inside cover! Composition for the cover looks a little off like this, though the zine was meant to be printed and folded in half so I had to move everything away from the seam, like so:

For the inside cover, I came up with the idea for having a daytime scene for when you opened up the zine and a nighttime scene for when you got to the end of it. The words aren’t shown right side up here because I needed them to read right-side up when printed out.

I brought and sold 5 of these at TCAF at the OCADU student table, so that was pretty cool!