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Went unmentioned yesterday but it is still not too late to mention that my decorated gingerbreads https://tanssitytto.wordpress.com/2020/12/21/advent-calendar-door-20-my-gingerbreads/ would be beautiful, for example, hung on a Christmas tree. I too would love to implement it but we only have a little table tree and all of those smaller ginger breads we have in ginger bread tree. The rest of the standard ginger breads had been eaten by my housemate who wanted to get them as soon as they came out of the oven…(and yes, I ate few of those too…)
Last evening I made this ginger bread tree. That gluhwein is my favorite. I love mildly alcoholized gluhweins most. The aromas are at their best when there’s little bit alcohol but not too much.
Finally I started my own Christmas baking. Here’s My gingerbreads…
These triangle Gingerbreads I made accidentally from star Gingerbreads. I just folded a couple of claws with a thought of making The gingerbread look like damson plum jam (a star version). Then I realized it can’t be made of star gingerbread. It needs circle on base.
My Gingerbread version of ”damson plum jam” (star tart as we say those in Finland).