This is setup for composition notebooks. Students tend to naturally understand that the dotted lines mean where to cut. They cut around the outside to make it fit the notebook, then cut little doors where the food items are on the plate.
I also have them write in marker in the middle of the plate the word "Macromolecule" or "Biomolecule" and then label each food it's corresponding macromolecule. The butter is lipids, the bacon is protein, the DNA is nucleic acid, and the rolls are carbohydrates. Students then tape this into their notebook and take notes under each door.
Very good for inclusion and resource classes. It really helps the students remember how each macromolecule applies to them in real life and helps them quickly, visually find different parts of their notes.