Tuesday, December 22, 2009

The White House Gingerbread House 2009

So pretty!

(Photo courtesy of ObamaFoodorama.blogspot.com)

There's a shadow box view of the State Dining Room – the room that the completed gingerbread house sits in throughout the holiday season for visitors to view. This shadow box even includes the famous painting of President Lincoln by George PA Healy that hangs over the fireplace. This room is where you’ll find the only inedible parts of the gingerbread house – the light fixtures!

They also included the new White House Kitchen Garden and Bo. Both are made out of marzipan. In the garden, you’ll find baskets of carrots, eggplants and cabbage as well as other seasonal vegetables.

There's a video and description of the whole process here on the blog: http://www.whitehouse.gov/blog/2009/12/22/making-white-house-gingerbread-house

I WANT one!

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3 comments:

Natalie said...

It is beautiful.

Terriaw said...

Wow, what a masterpiece. Can't believe it's a gingerbread house! I bet it was painstaking to make, but what fun!

sewkatiedid said...

Kinda blows our graham cracker ones away!