Gingerbread Houses: Baking and Building Memories

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Krause Publications, Jan 1, 1999 - Cooking - 190 pages
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Families around the globe have long been making gingerbread houses together for holiday celebrations--now your can too! Whether you are a first-time builder or a serious gingerbread architect, you will turn to this complete resource guide over and over for recipes, building tips, and decorating ideas. You and your family can transform ordinary food items like pretzels, coconut, and bullion cubes into fences, snow, and chimneys--and learn how to enter a contest, throw a gingerbread party, or teach a class.

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User Review  - Cheryl_in_CC_NV - LibraryThing

Once again the best part of Brett's book, imo, is the borders. This sequel has a recipe for gingerbread cookies 'hidden' there. The story and the main illustrations are fine but not amazing. Read full review

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User Review  - Emilywilson23 - LibraryThing

This fantasy tale is a spoof on the Gingerbread Man story. The Gingerbread Baby is sad because he doesn't have anyone to spend his time with when Mattie (human) goes off to play with his friends ... Read full review


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