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The Norway House in Minneapolis had a collection of gingerbread houses featured in last Sunday's newspaper, much smaller than this amazing house you photographed. I stopped on Monday to see them but they are closed on Mondays. Drat, but your post today is a reminder to go visit. I am sure that many people are interested each holiday season in the Ritz Carlton's display.
The people you've included in this photo show very well how enormous this gingerbread house is.
That has got to be the largest gingerbread house I've ever seen. Is it really edible, and does anyone ever eat part of it?
Wow, that would be something fun to see. We recently lost our Ritz Carlton. It sold to another chain (Marriott I think) and is in the process of going through renovations right now.
I love the Ritz Carleton! We were fortunate to stay there a number of years ago on our wedding anniversary courtesy of our youngest daughter. What a place. And the golf course was great fun; designed by Greg Norman but I didn't see him around at the time.
First of all, Welcome Home, Jack!!! And what a fun capture for the season!! AND what an awesome gingerbread house!! A great start for my day -- as your photos always are!! I hope you have a beautiful day! Enjoy!!
Fancy them baking such a big cake to welcome you back!
Wow, this is really huge !Welcome back, Jack !
Taken, the house has a wood frame for support, but everything else is edible. It is probably seriously stale when the time comes to dismantle it, so I doubt anyone actually eats it.
Looks good enough to eat!
Wow! That is impressive.
Welcome back! This photo has made me hungry... It is a very impressive creation.
Wow! Definitely worth all that work though.
So huge! I can barely make a small one! lol
Oh! that is just gorgeous Jack ..... like a living Christmas Card.
First thought: That's one HUGE gingerbread house!Second thought (shame on me): Is that edible??
Huge and fascinating!
wow, i wouldn't have thought it to be so big if you didn't show the lady on the ladder...they almost look like little elves working on it! have a great weekend jack!
You're joking. Is this real? Who gets to eat it?
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