Greensburg Tribune-Review & AP

The sweet, gingery scent wafting across the lobby of Nemacolin Woodlands Resort's Chateau LaFayette is enough to make a mouth water and a stomach rumble. Visitors follow their noses to a vision of a walk-in bakery built from gingerbread, icing and candy.

The pastry team at the Fayette County resort, near Farmington, has for years constructed holiday houses, a train, even a castle out of gingerbread. It's executive pastry chef Scott Tennant's fifth such creation and the first one large enough for visitors to enter.

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By Mary Pickels

November 22, 2016

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