Architect Joseph Sandy has created a quaint little abode for the next gingerbread guy or gal you decide to make. While most edible holiday houses are made from gingerbread typically, Sandy decided to go the gram cracker route topped with pretzel sticks and fused together with what looks like a delicious chocolate icing.
In true architect style, Joseph Sandy states at the bottom of his post that the "roof slope is lower than the 3.5/12 slope recommend by the pretzel manufacturer." Evidently, he takes his gingerbread house making very seriously.
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Joseph Sandy Creates a Quaint House for a Gingerbread Family
- By: Shelby Lee WalshDec 22, 2009