BLUE MOUNTAIN LAKE Its design is classic Adirondack rustic - intricate mosaic twig-work all around - but this diminutive piece of architecture is edible! Designed, baked, and decorated by staff at the Adirondack Museum at Blue Mountain Lake, New York the miniature "Sunset Cottage" has joined other North Country confections at the annual "Sugar & Spice Gingerbread Display" hosted by Traditional Arts of Upstate New York (TAUNY) in Canton. This is the sixth year that the gingerbread display has opened at TAUNY's annual Holiday Open House. The organization receives two to three dozen entries each year - a sweet mix of local landmarks and other creations that spring from the imaginations of regional bakers. Stewart's Shops, Inc. has underwritten the exhibit in 2007. Angela Snye, Assistant Curator; Christine Campeau, School Program Coordinator/Museum Educator; Erin Barton, Web Coordinator; Katherine Moore, Marketing Associate; and Micaela Hall, Public Program Coordinator/Museum Educator baked and assembled the museum's gingerbread version of Sunset Cottage. The women painstakingly built the "mosaic pretzel-work" cabin during lunch breaks over a week and a half time period. The real Sunset Cottage is part of the Adirondack Museum's collection of historic structures. The small one-room cabin, built for Camp Cedars on Forked Lake, is decorated with split- spruce pole siding and is an excellent example of mosaic twig work. The "Sugar & Spice Gingerbread Display" will be on exhibit until Dec. 21. TAUNY will be open during the holidays Monday to Friday from 10 a.m. until 5 p.m. and on Saturday from 10 a.m. until 4 p.m.