Since we were unable to get all the ingredients to have a really good show, we tried again with a lot less pizazz.
Here is Sir Husband placing vent holes in one of the houses.
And he tries to set the house on fire with a blow torch.
It doesn’t set on fire. Now all of you need to think about this. This is a kit from the store. God only knows how old it actually is. They (whoever they are) assure the gingerbread house is fresh, ready to build, and eat. Now, I ask you this. Would you want to eat something made from food parts, ok synthetic food parts, if it does not burn? I don’t think so. Something is so wrong there.
Ok, that was our fourth failure for this stupid house. Below is a photo of Sir Husband adding some special fuild to help the house burn.
There we go! It is starting to burn. WooHoo! Just look at that face.
This is looking good. Not much flair, but still nice.
It burned for a good while. I had to go back in and work on dinner. Once it all burned down, Sir Husband called me back out. He put the fire out with the hose. Bye-Bye Gingerbread House.
If you think it was more exciting in person, just watch this.