henge and photo by The Dude, with permission
Cold weather is arriving here in Clonehenge Land. We may have our first frost tonight, and may have to run the furnace for the first time when we get up in the morning. And as the cold nights and chilly mornings roll in, thoughts run to warming comfort foods like gingerbread. Not the cookie kind, mind you, but the nice spicy cake kind, served warm with homemade whipped cream and maybe a cup of cocoa or Irish coffee for those so inclined.
What’s that? We’re wandering off the subject of Stonehenge replicas? Sorry, we were carried away by cozy reminiscing! Gingerbread is not an unheard-of henge material (what is?). Other gingerbreadhenges do exist, but most are the cookie kind. This appears to be a nice straightforward cake type. We think it took a little work.
It’s just the sarsens, rather too many, with a circle instead of a horseshoe of taller trilithons in the center. Still, a nice one as foodhenges go. Something like this could be decorated with some leaves and berries for a holiday centerpiece this Christmas. Keep it in mind and send us a photo!
Score: 6½ druids. Thus do we welcome the colder days!
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Then there are also the beverages mentioned in the Ancient Sites and Alcohol page. These for example.
One of my Beer drinking friends pointed out that Ginger and Beer went together far better than clonemilk and well just about everything 🙂 On that thought, I present Stonehenge Real Ginger Beer Stonehenge Real Ginger Beer as a more likely beverage to go along with Gingerbreadhenge.
When I saw this Milkhenge came to mind, but alas all I could find was Soya milk henge http://eckyhomo.wordpress.com/2009/07/11/soya-milk-henge/