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We assembled Gingerbread Houses from Ikea.
It's easy to get gingerbread house to stay together with IKEA baking glue or 1 egg white with sugar.
Simple ikea gingerbread houses instruction.
A little village with 6 mini gingerbread houses...
How to make a gingerbread 6 mini houses made of baked gingerbread dough.
You can build your own gingerbread town or thread a string through the holes of the houses and hang them in the Christmas tree.
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We assembled a Gingerbread Train kit from Lidl. There is gingerbread train from Lidl simple instruction.
It is not too hard but fun to make this Gingerbread Train kit
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We assembled a Gingerbread House from Lidl.
Contains: Gingerbread, icing sugar, sugar decorations, jelly sweets... white of egg.
What to do with gingerbread house?
We eat it with coffee at once. It's tasty.
How to eat a gingerbread house?
We're started from the roof :)
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Easter Bunny tried to hide a big Lidl's chocolate Easter egg with surprise toy inside from Mr. Superbattery. But we found Lidl's Favorina egg and tasted it. It was fun.
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We determined which pasta we like best expencive Italian hand made durum wheat semolina pasta from our friends in Italy or 89 cents costs pasta from Lidl. :)
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Italians told, that only certain breeds of heavy pigs can be used to make prosciutto (traditional Large White, Landrace or Dunroc). Pig legs rubbed with salt then refrigerated for about a week. Then added another thin layer of salt leading to another resting period of 15 to 18 days. The hams are then hung for approximately 80 days, in a special conditions room. After 80 days the hams have dried completely. Then Prosciutto are left to finish the curing process in dark cellar-like rooms. The curing should last a minimum of 12 months.
As for me, Prosciutto from Italy is better than Jamon from Spain.