When I was a kid, no parish fair could go by without buying cookies from the gingerbread man. Fine, sweet and aromatic. That moment when you bite into the gingerbread and wait for the aroma of the honey and sweetness disperse over your taste buds. Mmmm. Christmas was also unimaginable without gingerbreads, because they were used as decorations for the Christmas tree. Even though there are various recipes with many additions, the beauty somehow still remains in the minimalism and unique taste of chestnut honey in the pastry made of flour, sugar, butter and eggs. Try it on the first occasion you get the chance.