Undertoad Wednesday Dec 22 11:52 AM
12/22/2004: Gingerbread construction
wolf Wednesday Dec 22 01:19 PM
Usually around this time of year food channel runs a show on gingerbread competitions.
404Error Wednesday Dec 22 01:24 PM
Uh, wouldn't that be a GBPU?
wolf Wednesday Dec 22 01:26 PM
CookiePU ... it works. Gingerbread, although called a bread, is, in this formation, a cookie. You can't build much with bready gingerbread ...
Wormfood Wednesday Dec 22 02:12 PM
Somebody been overclocking it too much and fried the whole thing.. :p
Leah Wednesday Dec 22 04:54 PM
Elspode Wednesday Dec 22 05:30 PM
If you cut it into really small pieces, you would then have several giga-bites worth of gingerbread cpu...
Roosta Wednesday Dec 22 07:07 PM
That's just silly. It'd never work with that candy connected in reverse polarity! )
404Error Wednesday Dec 22 11:55 PM
xoxoxoBruce Thursday Dec 23 09:04 PM
Or a laptop.
Elspode Friday Dec 24 11:07 AM
Looks like it is stuck at the splash screen...typical.
Katkeeper Friday Dec 24 12:07 PM
Just love that mouse!
404Error Sunday Dec 26 01:39 AM
My cousin runs the food services at University of Connecticut and made this house for this years Christmas Holiday Theme Dinner. While it's not exactly gingerbread I thought it was pretty cool.
0 Sunday Dec 26 05:14 PM
It is awesome! But are graham crackers in the guidelines? Was he cheating?? <G>
wolf Sunday Dec 26 06:10 PM
I have watched several of these gingerbread competition shows on Food Channel.
404Error Monday Dec 27 12:01 AM
This house wasn't for any competition, it was made as the center piece for the dessert table at the holiday theme dinner for the college. Besides, I doubt it was meant to be edible seeing as how the graham crackers are frosted onto a cardboard framework.
xoxoxoBruce Tuesday Dec 28 01:08 AM
I love the candy canes hanging over the veggie bar.
dar512 Wednesday Dec 29 03:24 AM
wolf Wednesday Dec 29 03:29 AM
I really like the way you think.
xoxoxoBruce Wednesday Dec 29 06:52 PM
A friends nephew is one of the pictures in the cakes windows.
wolf Thursday Dec 30 02:16 AM
That has easily got to be one of the stranger 6 Degrees of Separation type linkage coincidences that I have encountered in some time.