Happy New Year!

January 3, 2010 at 7:14 pm (cooking, dessert, food)

Hopefully everyone is inside and out of the cold and wind.  Or even better, hopefully you’re in California.

As promised, here are the results of our gingerbread house party!  We had quite a lovely gingerbread village.

The model home

Construction of prefab parts

You'll have to imagine the inside with couches and a big TV

Elephant-themed house

Santa and his reinpenguins are landing on this house

Gingerbread Stadium

The penguin is still working on the decorations on this house

Holidays at the South Pole

The whole neighborhood

Hopefully, we’ll do this again next year!

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3 Comments

  1. Simona said,

    Very nice! Happy New Year to you.

  2. TP said,

    Yay for being in California. I wish you guys were back here so we can have a proper Gingerbread House Contest over the Xmas season and win Championship Belts every year. Did I ever tell you we had an Ikea-themed Gingerbread House contest, made a geometrically perfect hex key and LOST?!!? Totally rigged.

    Anywho, I like the neighborhood and I give it (2) adult thumbs up and (2) baby thumbs up.

    • babblingblueberry said,

      I do remember the ikea hex key house. It would have been a formidable challenger in our competition.

      We do hope to eventually get back to California, but it looks like the Ginger Bread House Party/Contest may be going on tour for a while… we’ve both got interviews for a science policy fellowship in DC…

      DC people, don’t get your hopes up yet! We still need to get through the interview!

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