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Dec 24, 2014
by: Anonymous

Only 84 hours?

Oct 21, 2011
What it took to make...
by: Charles E. Mason II

I start looking for what gingerbread project to do by Feb-Mar. I then do a paper moch-up to insure proper puportions. Playing with idea's in my head (by this time its hard to sleep). I also make rules for myself like, the base has to be gingerbread cake or cookie, and no less then 85-90% edible. So about the inside of the train. The steam engine long shaft, its gingerbread cake stacked laid on its side covered in ganache rolled black fondont. Two large truffle's from the beach, icecream cone with popcorn for smoke. As for the rear I cut out sheet cake stacked it covered in black fondont, cut out a whole in the top for the coal but it is coffee grounds. The wheels are chocolate thin mints with orange noodles and pocky sticks.

Oct 14, 2011
What a treasure!
by: Brenda

Wow! This is such a wonderful treasure...such beautiful craftsmanship. I can only imagine how many hours went into making this! I would love to know more about it...please share the details about how you made's magnificient!

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