Bronx chef Jon Lovich creates edible gingerbread village display at Marriott in Downtown Brooklyn

A Bronx chef is mixing his culinary skills with architecture to create edible holiday structures. Jon Lovich spent four months building a gingerbread village currently

Jon Lovich spent four months building a gingerbread village currently on display at the Marriott in Downtown Brooklyn.

Jon Lovich spent four months building a gingerbread village currently on display at the Marriott in Downtown Brooklyn. (12/11/13)

BROOKLYN - A Bronx chef is mixing his culinary skills with architecture to create edible holiday structures.

Jon Lovich spent four months building a gingerbread village currently on display at the Marriott in Downtown Brooklyn. Lovich says he used about 800 pounds of icing, a little over 200 pounds of gingerbread and about 200 pounds of candy.

"Gingerbread Lane" will be on display through Jan. 15.

For extended video of the gingerbread village, watch the clip to the left or click News 12 Extra on Optimum TV channel 612. 
 

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