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This Year's Edible White House Boasts American Flag, Two Dogs

Long before holiday obsessives and marketing teams created edible starchitecture, 23-feet-wide cookie mansions, and gingerbread houses laced with rubies and pearls, the White House produced America's most famous revision of the classic Christmas treat.

During this year's Kennedy Center Honors bash, Architectural Digest looked around Barack Obama's D.C. digs, getting shots not only of 2014's edible White House—which, pretty sure, no one actually ever eats—but a lot of the Presidential mansion's other decor, including a sparkly, green-and-red chevron wall and more evergreenery and gold ribbon than could possibly be necessary.

· At the White House for the Kennedy Center Honors [Architectural Digest]
· All Gingerbread Houses posts [Curbed National]