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Gingerbread Decorating Workshop at The Bakery Café

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Why simply eat your dessert when you can play with it too? Join The Bakery Café at The Boulders Resort for a gingerbread decorating workshop. Children and adults are invited to craft unique gingerbread houses while learning new techniques. If your gingerbread house looks like a tornado hit it -- crumbs everywhere, frosting smeared in strange places, and candies tossed haphazardly -- this event will teach you how to create an edible work of art, or at least something you won't want to blame on accredit to your child.

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There will be decorating workshops at both 1 and 4 p.m. on Thursdays December 20 and 27. The entry fee of $22 per person includes the edible house, several types of frosting, pastry bags and tips to use, and decorating materials such as colorful candies. Call 480-488-9009 for reservations.

The Bakery Café will also have a selection of holiday desserts available to-go from now until Christmas Eve, including Charlotte lady fingers served with champagne mousse, bourbon pecan pie, traditional Bûche de Noël with candied cranberries, mini stollen bread (German fruitcake), and more.

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