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Gingerbread Fantasy

It is said that gingerbread cookies originated from the era of Queen Elizabeth I. Her majesty once treated her noble guests in a dinner party a very special dessert. Each guest was presented with a gingerbread cookie, which was made in their own likeness. Such creative dessert soon caught on with many Europeans. This weekend, I went to IKEA to buy some gingerbread cookies in vain. It appears that Taiwanese are also fascinated by the lovely holiday icon. Well, I am considering making my homemade gingerbread cookies this time.

An attractive chef shows you how to make gingerbread man cookies

Gingerbread man cookies recipe
http://bit.ly/1cKIeUN
gingerbread village3


The following links are reports on the largest gingerbread village that was awarded a Guinness World Record:

http://bbc.in/1l6kWNF

http://ti.me/1d0Q6F0

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