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The Opai Christmas Contruction Company: Building Gingerbread Houses Since December 24, 2008


That’s right, with the economy being what it is, we thought we could create another source of income by founding the Opai Christmas Construction Company, building Gingerbread houses for one and all. For a very reasonable fee, much less than those ridiculously priced Gingerbread Kits, the Opai Christmas Construction Company can build custom homes within a day! Incredible!

  • Three story castle complete with a princess in distress? No Problem!
  • Small two bedroom bungalow complete with elves and a toy working bench? No Problem!
  • Gigantic edible life size  house to live in when you’re laid off work? No Problem!

With a little dough (literally) and a lot of creativity, we can put up your walls, adhere roof tiles and landscape the yard. Granted, it may look like crack den for hyped up elves on sugar, but hey, at least you’re saving a few pennies in the process!

If you need a custom made Iberian Christmas house this Holiday season, please don’t hesitate to contact us at 1-800-yum-mmmm.*

But in all seriousness, we wish you all a Happy Holidays from the Opai Construction Company! We’re home in Terrassa this holiday with our two cats, a wild turkey, a handful of wild mushrooms, a cellar of wine, and Skype. 🙂 Have a great holiday, stay safe and let us know what your drinking!

Till soon,

Ryan and Gabriella Opaz

P.S. If you’d like to check out Chef Mark’s interview with Ryan, just go to the Remarkable Palate!

P.S.S If you want tomorrow we’ll be live streaming our Calçot grilling and any other fun cooking activities that we do. Check it out here.

*Disclaimer: Not all houses are guaranteed to be habitable though they for sure will be edible.

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