My new baby! Found it at my favorite thrift store today for $20! Unfortunately, it's missing all lens caps/covers, and the manual. :C Oh well, that is easily remedied! [Yay Ebay!] My mom is printing off the pdf of the manual tomorrow. I stuck a new roll of film in when I got home, and I'm excited to start taking pictures and seeing how they come out! I haven't actually used a film camera [aside from my Canonet, which hasn't been developed yet!] for a very long time.
I love this little camera so far though. I'm disappointed with the quality of the kit lens it came with though, it feels very cheap to me, and from the reviews I've read it's not very good. I'm hoping to buy a new lens eventually. C:
Good find today!
Carrot, Cheese and Liver Snaps
I made a batch of dog treats last night. :]
4oz Chicken or Beef Liver
1/2 Package Cream Cheese
3 Large Carrots
Potato Flour [or whole wheat flour if you dog can tolerate it]
Brewer's Yeast [optional]
I put the liver, carrots, cream cheese and eggs with some water in a food processor [ie - my magic bullet] and pureed it. Then I put it in a bowl and added the baking soda and yeast and flour and stirred until it was a thick batter [think between bread dough and cake batter]. You could make it thicker if you wanted to roll it out and use a cookie cutter.
Then I put all the batter into a ziploc bag and cut the bottom tip and used that to make very tiny cookies. I baked at about 225 until brown and hard.
After all cookies were done I turned off the oven, piled the cookies on a sheet and stuck them back in the oven - where I will leave them for 8 hours [at this point, do NOT open the oven for any reason! You are dehydrating the cookies and you want to remove as much moisture as you can!]
After 8 hours you can stick the cookies in a paper bag and store at room temperature. :]