Gingerbread Land

One of the great Christmas traditions in Norway is making gingerbread and gingerbread houses.

In Finnsnes one of the shopping centres mounted a display of dozens of gingerbread creations from local schools, nurseries, the language school, etc. The young people in the ‘internat’ (boarding accommodation) at Susanna’s school also participated, but sadly the the edifice created by Susanna’s group was to fragile to transport. None-the-less, here for your edification, if not your taste-buds, is gingerbread land . . . .

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2 responses to “Gingerbread Land

  1. Yes, and as it has just transpired that the gingerbread biscuits and cookies you buy in the stores are all made of very generous helpings of unhealthy palm oil – you would do well to restrict your intake of these Christmas temptations to those that are home made! Love the blog, Jon. Keep it up!

  2. Very creative! Zella

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