You read correctly – Gingerbread Village. Chef Jon Lovitch intends to surpass last year’s efforts, exhibited at the New York Hall of Science. Titled “Gingerbread Lane”, Lovitch’s creation contains nine-hundred individual gingerbread buildings covering 480 square feet with the tallest structure reaching seven feet high. The “Lane” is completely hand-made and, including the icing and other candy garnishes, weighs over 5,000 lbs.
(Lovitch adds an icing flourish to the “Lane” which stretches behind him. Image Credit: Richard Drew/AP)
Chef Lovitch won the Guinness Title with his 97 house gingerbread village. He hopes to claim the title once more.
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