Gingerbread is a sweet food-product flavored with ginger and typically using honey or molasses (treacle) rather than just sugar. Gingerbread foods vary, ranging from a soft, moist loaf cake to something close to a ginger biscuit. The different types likely share a common origin.

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Gingerbread Houses and Decorations
... The harder German-style gingerbread is often used to build gingerbread houses similar to the "witch's house" encountered by Hansel and Gretel ... name is Frau Pfefferkuchenhaus "pfefferkuchenhaus" is the German name for "gingerbread house".) These houses, covered with a variety of candies and icing, are popular Christmas ... Since 1991, the people of Bergen, Norway, have built a city of gingerbread houses each year before Christmas ...
Muzeum Piernika
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    Janie works hard, of course, and she’s a good wife and mother, but do you know she’s never once made a gingerbread house with her children?
    Mildred Hastings (b. 1924)

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