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Now this is a gingerbread house!

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This is a photo of a ginger bread Chateu that SMGChef did. I thought it was pretty amazing so I am also posting it here:
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post #2 of 11
Just a tad bit of talent tied up with time in that beautiful piece!
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post #3 of 11
That's just freakin' amazing! :D
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That is awesome work!!!! I love building Gingerbread houses. Haven't done one in a couple of years though.
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How beautiful!
What a lovely accomplishment!

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post #6 of 11
Wow, that is something.
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...while not quite on the same scale...

That is Fantastic! The patience!!!

Here are some pics from our own Gingerbread House Construction Tour. Just wrapped up on Friday night. By the end of the week, we had visited 4 locations, including a senior center, Ronald McDonald House, elementary school and a library... and worked with 943 participants!

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post #8 of 11
Triple WOW! If I were a Gretel I don't know if I'd try to eat it or ask to move in.:lips:
post #9 of 11
Didn't know ol'SGM was out there still. He fell off the face of the area over a year ago. Actually right after a BBQ he attended. Great to see he's still out there kicking! Nice job on the Chateau. Actually all of the pics posted by him were outstanding. Never could do sugar work myself. Maybe the occasional "threads" or "nest" for garnish but that's it. All outstanding work out there.
post #10 of 11
SMG's creation is superb. How I wish....!
Jim, that's a good deed you and your students did. My colleague who used to do them with her 8th graders found it was a good exercise in 3-dimensional reasoning. Delicious, too! I always bought some of the extra dough and cut it into dreidls, stars, etc. :D
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post #11 of 11
Very nice job. Neat, Clean, and To Scale..
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