Edible Art: Eye of Sauron
Hobbitses can not take my precious. The eye will stop them. Fill their bellies, it will. Then, when they can not move, they will be mine! All mine!
Eye of Sauron
1 tube crescent dough
8 large pasta shells
8 premade meatballs
1 cup red pasta sauce
8 tsp shredded mozzarella
shells eyes till soft and tender.
Unroll the crescent dough, all pale and weak, weaker than Smeegle it is, and roll it up like eyeless worms in a dark cave.
The worms are for you. Yes, U! Make them into a U! So pale, so weak. Must bake for 10-12 minutes until they’re as golden as my precious.
Heat your sauce until it’s as warm as blood and heat your meatballs till they’re as warm and trembly as Hobbitses knees.
Each eye is filled with one bloody tablespoon of sauce.
Each bleeding socket plugged with one tasty meatball.
Now, you must place Sauron’s all seeing eye into it’s crescent socket.
Sprinkle the edges of his eye with cheeses all milky and white like the tears of Elveses.
Wash it down with salty blood and crunchy bones and sweet lemon donuts, almost as sweet as my precious.
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