Curtis’ Gingerbread Masterpiece, 2008

Dec 23, 2008 · 107634 views

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One of our favorite gays living in San Francisco is Curtis Jensen. Curtis loves the holidays- a lot! Every year he creates an over the top architectural rendition in gingerbread of a famous building. This […]

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  1. Marc Felion says:

    Wow Curtis. You outdid yourself. So delicious looking. How did you do the dome?

  2. DavidMcD says:

    Amazing, astounding.

  3. Chad says:

    That is simply incredible! Outstanding work! How long did it take to make the completed product, and how the hell do you move it!?

  4. Rhea says:

    I can picture myself as a Godzilla Cookie Monster, devouring it delightfully. Sacrilicious!

  5. hyperprone says:

    OH MY GOD CURTIS! That is amazing!! I get all excited when I successfully put together one of those prefab gingerbread houses from Hobby Lobby! You worked it out!!

    Damn!

    How DID you do the dome?

  6. Cliff Dix says:

    Gorgeous! You are amazing Curtis. I look forward to seeing your gingerbread creation next year. How will you top yourself?

  7. Rhea says:

    I watched the video again, and was reminded of those Sesame Street shorts where we learn how things are made– this was a cool glimpse at how people make magic! Thank you Curtis, for sharing this with us!

  8. I’m always amazed at Curtis’ dedication and attention to detail at such a busy time of the year. WOWOW WOWOW!

  9. Christian83 says:

    Incredible! I love your work! I wonder what is inside the house, a little Steamworks room? 😉

  10. Curtis says:

    Thanks for all the nice comments. It’s a project that takes me a long time each year, but it wouldn’t be the holidays without it. My friends who come to my annual party would be very dissapointed if I didn’t do one.

    This year’s project took me about 3 weeks to complete in fits and starts between other commitments, a bad cold, and the usual holiday season craziness. The dome is a gingerbread cake baked in a metal bowl and then trimmed at the back to sit flat. against the wall. I finished it at 11:30 am on Sunday the 21st, much later than I usually do and just 4 1/2 hours before my party.

    Thanks gain, I hope everyone had a wonderful holiday!

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