Wall Street Journal – Sarah Tilton, November 2nd, 2004.
There’s a building boom going on in gingerbread houses. Making them was once the domain of professional bakers and only the most ambitious home chefs, but in recent years, everyone from mom-and-pop kitchens to stores like Williams-Sonoma has started offering gingerbread-house kits, many of them pre-baked and even preassembled. And gingerbread isn’t just for Christmas anymore. There are now kits for Halloween houses, Easter cottages and even gingerbread doghouses complete with Fido and his fire hydrant. More
West Linn Tidings – Julie Russell, December 3rd, 2003.
For Cheryl Albers of West Linn, the holidays mean much more than the customary visits to Santa Claus, last-minute shopping sprees, and searches for the perfect Christmas tree. That’s because Albers will be extremely busy over the holidays building houses. Gingerbread houses, that is. More