Midwestern Transplant Presents: The Jello Salad Mystery

In Midwestern Transplant Presents: The Jello Salad Mystery, the Midwestern Transplant receives a mysterious message and spends quarantine tracking down the origins of Strawberry Pretzel Salad recipe. No apocryphal “it is said to have originated in the South” here–LM found what appears to be the original recipe from Brentwood, Pennsylvania, 1960. (Sorry for the spoiler, but they’re hoping to set the record straight on the internet, too!)

Image of the cover of Midwestern Transplant Presents: The Jello Salad Mystery. The cover is digest size (5.5" x 8.5") and features the text above with a risograph printed collage image of a Strawberry Pretzel Salad. This dessert is a layered jello dessert that has a top layer of red strawberry jello and strawberries, white middle layer of whipped cream/whipped topping and cream cheese, and a bottom layer of pretzel crust.
Image of the cover of Midwestern Transplant Presents: The Jello Salad Mystery. The cover is digest size (5.5″ x 8.5″) and features the text above with a risograph printed collage image of a Strawberry Pretzel Salad. This dessert is a layered jello dessert that has a top layer of red strawberry jello and strawberries, white middle layer of whipped cream/whipped topping and cream cheese, and a bottom layer of pretzel crust.

This zine was risograph-printed by Paper Press Punch in Seattle, WA, and includes illustrations, original art, and text. 20 pages.

This zine is issue 2 of Midwestern Transplant Presents.

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