Alchemy of Tea, 16"x20"
Poster that illustrates the beauty of Tea Making
GINGERBREAD COOKIE, GERMANY
OTHER NAMES: Gingersnaps
In Medieval England, the term gingerbread simply meant ‘preserved ginger.’  It was an adaptation of the Old French “gingebras”, derived from the Latin name of the spice, Zingebar. 
Gingerbread can be referred to a cake, bread, or cookie. It can be soft or crisp, light or dark, sweet or spicy, all depending on the ingredients and preparations.  Gingerbread first appeared in Europe in the 11th century when crusaders brought ginger spice back from the Middle East for European cooks to experiment with.  By the end of the century, manufacture of gingerbread had spread throughout Western Europe. 
Recorded as early as 1296 in Ulm of Germany, Gingerbread was shaped into different forms by monks in Franconia, Germany. The first documented figure-shaped gingerbread biscuits were credited to Elizabeth I of England when she presented them to her valuable guests.  Gingerbread houses, Lebkuchenhaus or Pfefferkuchenhaus, originated in Germany during the 16th century, which became associated with Christmas tradition.  This “gingerbread house” tradition is still in practice around the world today.
Throughout Europe, Gingerbread became a symbolic food in many cultures too. In the medieval time, it was primarily a fairground delicacy throughout France, Germany, Holland and England.  In 15th-century Germany, where gingerbread was taken so seriously that one had to belong to a gingerbread guild in order to bake it.  In the 17th century, Gingerbread-making was eventually recognized as a profession in itself that only gingerbread bakers had the exclusive right to make it, except at Christmas and Easter.  In modern days, Nuremberg, Germany, known as the gingerbread capital of the world, gingerbread is still considered an art form there. 
Eggs, Butter, flour, ground ginger, cinnamon, cloves, nutmeg, sugar, molasses
Optional: flavoring, spice such as cardamom, anise, sweetener like brown sugar, honey, light or dark corn syrup
Gingerbread Cookie Figure
A Gingerbread Man, called Gingy, is a character from Shrek the animated film series.
Evolution of Ice Cream, 16"x20"
Ice Cream first appeared in history around 5000 years ago, and how does it evolved over time until today?
Cookie Phone Case, black
(iphone 4-7, Samsung Galaxy S4-S7)
Fill your phone with cookies and discover their origin of place and time!
Genesis of Cookies, 16"x20"
Poster that illustrates the origin of cookies with place & time of invention
Enjoy Life Food
Soft Baked Cookies, Gluten-Free, Dairy- Free, Nut-Free and Soy-Free, Gingerbread Spice, 6 Ounce Box