Category Archives: Gingerbread houses

Build Our Sea Ranch-Inspired Gingerbread House

Edible Architecture

To celebrate the holidays we decided to make a gingerbread house based on our exclusive and historic Plan 447-1 by William Turnbull, which was originally designed as a cottage for The Sea Ranch, the famous second home community on the Northern California coast. Here it is — the simple gable roof (standing seam

metal out of royal icing) and porch evoke the quintessential mountain cabin. Snow on the doorstep (more royal icing) indicates an unusual weather event for the Sea Ranch and the chocolate mint pathway pavers and gumdrop shrubs give new meaning to the term “edible landscape.” The view below shows how the Continue reading