Tue Dec 12th

Gingerbread House Day

On December 12th, Gingerbread House Day honors a family's holiday in many parts of the country.

Gregory of Nicopolis, an Armenian monk, introduced gingerbread to Europe around 992 AD and taught French Christians how to bake it. Since gingerbread was often used in religious ceremonies, monks baked to be tough enough to be mold into saint portraits.

We can't blame the Brothers' Grimm for a gingerbread house, but we can't blame them for a gingerbread house. They introduce an evil witch who lives in a gingerbread house through Hansel and Gretel's book. The German gingerbread guilds didn't take long to get the idea. Gingerbread houses were put to a more festive use soon, when making snowy cottages made from the spicy-sweet treat.

We can spend the day baking, cutting, and building to our hearts' delight today. Kits come a long way out of the process so we can get to constructing our winter wonderlands right away.

HOW TO OBSERVE #GingerbreadHouseDay is a newspaper distributed in the United States. Make the family's meal together, bake some gingerbread, and begin building and decorating your very own gingerbread house. Give the dish below a try.

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Other ways to celebrate include:: Here are some other ways to celebrate:

  • Hansel and Gretel, Reading Hansel and Gretel
  • A house-building party is being hosted
  • Touring gingerbread displays

To post on social media, use #GingerbreadHouseDay.

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Gingerbread FAQ

Q. How can I glue the walls of the house together?

A. For the best results, use Royal Icing. If your creation stands for the entire holiday season, this kind of icing will dry and hard. (That is, if everyone in your household doesn't gobble it up first) (That is, if everyone in your household doesn't gobble it up first.)

Q. What is the world's biggest gingerbread house? The Texas A&M Traditions Club in Bryan, Texas, built the world's biggest gingerbread house in 2013, according to Guinness World Records. A. The team raised funds for charity by charging admission fees to tour the life-size house with working gingerbread doors. Jon Lovitch of New York is another record breaker in the category of gingerbread. Each year, he creates a gingerbread village that is on display at the New York Hall of Science. Guinness World Records named his village as the world's largest with 1,251 buildings in 2017.