Most Amazing Gingerbread Houses

Images of some of the most amazing gingerbread houses ever created.

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In London five years ago, Chef Beate Woellstein created this - gingerbread Houses of Parliment and London Eye.
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The Park Hyatt Aviara Resort in Carlsbad created a mountain of 23 gingerbread houses that took 300 pounds of dough, 400 pounds of icing and 18 pounds of chocolate. The project took 3 months in 2011. The image doesn't do it justice. Watch the video.
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An image from gingerbread houses displayed as part of a 2011 fundraiser at Le Parker Meridian in New York.
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Mary Spiewak
Two Illinois women celebrate the Christmas season by baking gingerbread projects. Each project takes approximately 4 long days from start to finish. Everything you see is completely edible.
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A closer look at the gingerbread sleigh and reindeer.
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And of course, Rudolph and the red nose is included.
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White House Pastry Chef Bill Yosses explains his design for the nearly 300-pound gingerbread house of the White House, on display in the State Dining Room.
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Included is a vegetable garden. The White House gingerbread house has been a tradition since the 1960s.
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In 2009, the White House gingerbread house included a replica of the first dog Bo.
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Chef Mary Beth Brace
An edible Rockefeller Center, skating rink and Radio City Music Hall created in 2011 by the Culinary Arts students at Bergen County Academies, Hackensack, NJ.
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The Gingerbread Collective, a benefit for Second Chance in 2009, featured this gingerbread house in which the pieces spelled “home.”
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When things weren't looking so good, one student at San Diego's Mesa College culinary program decorated his project with the economy in mind. Read more about the program in the full article
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San Diegans displayed some gingerbread on Dec. 11.
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This tree looks beautiful -- and delicious!
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Hopefully this tall creation doesn't topple over!
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A gingerbread nativity scene.
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