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Students build human-sized gingerbread house
Imagine a gingerbread house you can not only eat but you could live inside.
This is from Bryan, Texas. It's 65 feet long and 45 feet wide - big enough to make the Guinness Book of Records. It has a wooden substructure but everything on the outside is edible.
The cookie part took more than 7,000 pounds of flour and hundreds of pounds of butter. I's covered with 22,000 pieces of candy. It was built by Texas A & M's Traditions Club and all the money from tours will benefit a local hospital.