It's a manor good enough to eat. London cookie boutique Biscuiteers took 500 hours, 65 pounds of butter and sugar, 240 eggs and 475 pounds of icing to reproduce the Waddesdon Manor in gingerbread. The manor, a French Renaissance-style chateau in Buckinghamshire, England, was a Rothschild property built for Ferdinand de Rothschild in 1874 for his art collection.
Amazing Gingerbread Manor Reproduction Took 500 Hours And 240 Eggs To Make
Reproduction of Waddesdon Manor in England took 500 hours and 240 eggs to make
Published Dec 5, 2016 at 7:29 AM | Updated at 4:27 PM EST on Dec 5, 2016
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