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September 24, 2007

The next generation of gingerbread houses

If Hansel and Gretel were wandering through Israel, this is the building that they would come across, a sukkah made entirely of candy.

The 1,000 square foot sukkah will be made out of two tons of candy-shaped ornaments, with tghe lights and walls covered in candy and bubble gum.

After scouring the English-speaking web, I have been unable to find a picture of this magical sukkah.

But — fear not — once the holiday opens up this week, every Jewish website will have a blurb about this creation and mirblogn will get a photo of it. I just want you to remember where you were (on the internet, of course) when you first heard about the candy sukkah.

Posted by irobi at September 24, 2007 05:28 PM

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Thanks MirBlogn for being my source for odd, yet exciting Jewish-related news.

Signed,
Nov. 22, 1963 and Nov. 9, 1989

Posted by: rubyr at September 24, 2007 06:08 PM

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