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Victorian Rowhouse

Barry C. Parsons has been creating edible reproductions of homes in his neighborhood in Newfoundland for the past two decades, including these Victorian-era rowhouses. His creations take about 50 to 60 hours to complete and have been auctioned off at local school fundraisers. Parsons uses a wood rasp to fit the gingerbread molds together and then pipes the icing shingles onto the roof using a ruler and toothpick. The windows are glazed with caramelized sugar panes.
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