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  • December 22, 2015
    This is the gingerbread Iron Throne built by a group of friends for the holidays. I like all the little swords, I bet they double as toothpicks. You know the little plastic swords they put fruit on when you order a cocktail? I collect those, and once I have enough I'm going ... / Continue →
  • December 22, 2014
    Wow, two gingerbread posts in a row, it must be the holidays or something! (Is it the holidays?) This is the gingerbread USS Enterprise built and on display at the Blackmarket Bakery in Costa Mesa, California. They did a good job. But you know what my least favorite thing ab... / Continue →
  • December 19, 2014
    This is the gingerbread Barad-dûr with light-up Eye of Sauron built by two Finnish engineering and computer science students. It took over 13.5-pounds of gingerbread to complete, but only one really high friend to eat half of when they had their backs turned. Keep going for a... / Continue →
  • December 19, 2013
    Transform and-- ooooh, I like your pants. This is the gingerbread Optimus Prime made by a friend of a friend of Redditor downvotedagain. Is the girl in the picture the one who made it? No clue. Is it actually held together with icing? I doubt it. Hot glue and a metal arma... / Continue →
  • December 18, 2013
    This is Princess Bubblegum's castle recreated in gingerbread and candy by Redditor IHaveAFluffyCat. Cool, IHaveASmoothTurtle. She posted a pictorial of the entire operation on Imgur, so if you're interested in trying and failing to repeat the process you're more than welcome.... / Continue →
  • November 22, 2013
    This is the gingerbread AT-AT constructed by the Magnolia Hotel & Spa's restaurant Catalano for the Canadian National Gingerbread Showcase. Looks good. Granted I don't remember seeing any AT-AT's with antlers and red noses in the movies, but knowing George Lucas, they were th... / Continue →
  • November 12, 2013
    This is the gingerbread Hogwarts built by Cherry Bay Cakery using a bunch of gingerbread, royal icing, and over 50-pounds of fondant. It took over 100 hours to complete, so it was definitely already stale by the time it was finished. But would that stop me from taking a bite?... / Continue →
  • March 1, 2013
    Because everyone's sporting megaboners about the return of Game of Thrones next month, here's Winterfell Castle recreated in gingerbread and a bunch of other diabetes magnets by blogger Liquorsnapper (sounds like my kind of blogger). Also, haven't you seen that commercial? Yo... / Continue →
  • December 5, 2012
    This is the Millennium Falcon gingerbread house ship on display at the Inn at Laurel Point as part of Canada's National Gingerbread Showcase 2012. It was made entirely out of edible ingredients, which is reassuring because I just ate the whole thing when nobody was looking. W... / Continue →
  • December 23, 2010
    Ambitious gingerbread-builders Melodie and Brenton went and created Frank Lloyd Wright's iconic 'Fallingwater' in edible form as their entry in this year's Gingerbread Festival in Orem, Utah. Good looking, guys. I've actually been to see Fallingwater before and I've got to ad... / Continue →
  • December 21, 2010
    You better be careful visiting that house, Santa, because they will mistake your fat ass dropping down the chimney for the popo and stab you to death. God only knows what they'll do with the reindeer, but my guess is try to ride them like carousel horses until they all get the... / Continue →
  • October 8, 2010
    How bad do you like spoiling your kids? $15,000 edible gingerbread playhouse bad? If you answered "yes", congratulations, your children are gonna grow up to be monsters. If you answered, "oh hell no -- I even lick the spatula right in front of them!", great, there's hope for... / Continue →