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.
 

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