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2011 Gingerbread House Luncheon at Madden’s

14 Nov


Whether we like it or not, the holidays are right around the corner. Soon it will be time to put up the tree, haul out the holly, and deck the halls. Decorating your own house might sound like drudgery, so why not enjoy decorating a gingerbread house instead?

Madden’s invites the entire family to enjoy a Gingerbread House Luncheon on Sunday, November 27 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. at The Classic Grill.

After enjoying a delicious lunch, choose from an entire buffet of candy and decorations to create a scrumptious gingerbread house. Chef Bob has been building gingerbread houses for more than 10 years, and he will be in attendance to offer his decorating expertise.

The luncheon costs $45 and includes lunch for two and a gingerbread house to decorate. Add another person to your table for $10. Please call (800) 642-5363 for reservations.

We hope to see you on November 27 amidst the candy, gingerbread and holiday spirit!

Gingerbread House Luncheon
The Classic Grill at Madden’s on Gull Lake
November 27, 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Call (800) 642-5363 for reservations.

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2 Comments

Posted by on November 14, 2011 in Madden's Events

 

2 responses to “2011 Gingerbread House Luncheon at Madden’s

  1. J Thomps

    November 27, 2011 at 9:14 PM

    WOW! This was so much fun for my 4 young kids. A top-notch event. Extremely well organized. We just can’t stop raving about this.

    The menu choices were great and the kids loved the dessert choices of the Creme Brulee, Chocolate Sundae or the Pumpkin Cheese Cake.

    And then, the Gingerbread houses! Oh my! Such beautiful houses! The Exec Chef and his staff went absolutely bonkers and made the most beautiful houses! With stained glass candy windows in round shapes and square shapes. What a treat! It must have taken them hours upon hours to make these incredible houses.

    And then, there was a 30 foot long table filled with bowls of every kind of candy imaginable.

    The Exec Chef then delivered icing bags to the table. One with a tip and one without a tip. Absolutely PERFECT !

    So we were free to ice away on our houses and then decorate with a million different combinations of candies.

    And the Exec Chef was so friendly and excited to see what the kids had created. He walked around with piping bags of red and green icing and would add embellishment to any nook or cranny on any gingerbread house…with a smile.

    This was an incredible afternoon for my kids. The Classic does it right. We will always remember this experience.

    And we are already planning for next year!

    My only suggestions would be to have some music playing.

    And perhaps some hot apple cider steeping.

    And don’t label it a Mother/Daughter luncheon because I promise that my 15 year old burly football playing son would LOVE to attend. Hey! It’s a cookie house covered in candy!

    This is an experience that boys and girls would be thrilled to participate in!

    I just can’t say enough about how great this experience was. What a treat!

    Thank you to all who made such a great afternoon for us!

     
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