In Kent, the sweet smell of gingerbread success

Two of the prize-winning gingerbread creations in Kent this winter were the edible Bull’s Bridge by Eileen Herman, on display at the W. David Herman Gallery; and the ambitious Taj Mahal by Susan Allen, on display at J.P. Gifford’s Market. Photo by Melissa Roth Cherniske

KENT — The votes from December have been tallied and the winning entries in Kent’s annual gingerbread house competition have been selected.

The judges are anonymous; their votes were collected and tallied by the also-anonymous Ginger Judges.

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