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The four-day fest will also feature international entertainment from more than 25 countries, sand art from Carl Jara, gingerbread houses, live music, hayrides, marionette shows, a kids area, and of course, the ever-popular wiener dog races.
All-you-can-eat pancake breakfast Gingerbread pancakes will be served in addition to plain pancakes.
Between beverages, people stroll the happy central promenade, giant gingerbread cookies in hand, enjoying the loud-and-proud celebration of all things Bavarian.
The long-standing bakery in N.Y.C.’s Kips Bay neighborhood has been around since 1935 and specializes traditional pastries like black and white cookies, cannolis and gingerbread houses during the holidays.
Think fried sausages and apples, cauliflower florets two ways and gingerbread cake.
Other offerings include tasty waffles with housemade whipped topping; go for the gingerbread waffle with lemon sauce and pears when available!
Her gingerbread houses often resembled ski chalets or mansions with fine detail, and they had been displayed at foreign embassies.
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