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GingerBread Lane, chef Jon Lovitch's year-round passion, on display at New York Hall of Science

Forest Hills-based chef Jon Lovitch has a passion for GingerBread Lane. His annual creation has won the Guinness World record for largest gingerbread village four times, and he's going for a fifth title with his latest, which includes 1,320 candy-coated houses. See it at the New York Hall of Science in Corona, Queens, through Jan. 15.

GingerBread Lane creator Jon Lovitch works year-round on his world record-breaking village.

GingerBread Lane contains 700 pounds of candy.

GingerBread Lane is comprised of 400 pounds of gingerbread.

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GingerBread Lane creator Jon Lovitch with Xiaoou Ji and her daughter Kiyue Zhu, 4, of Flushing, at the New York Hall of Science in Corona on Nov. 26, 2017.

A partial view of GingerBread Lane, the edible village on view at the New York Hall of Science in Corona on Nov. 26, 2017.

Chef Jon Lovitch works year-round to complete GingerBread Lane.

Forest Hills-based chef Jon Lovitch put final touches on GingerBread Lane on Nov. 26, 2017.

Noah Greenblatt, 8, Chiara Minerva , 5, Ariel Greenblatt, 5, and Nicholas Minerva, 8, check out GingerBread Lane on Nov. 26, 2017.

Vanessa, 2, is flanked by her parents Zue Hsieh and Daniel Hsieh in front of GingerBread Lane.

There's even a PSL reference.