Everything's bigger in Texas, even the gingerbread houses.
The good people from Guinness World Records certified that a gingerbread house created in Bryan, Texas, by the Traditions Club of Texas A&M is the world's largest at 39,201.8 cubic feet.
The previous record was set by a house constructed at Minnesota's Mall of America that measured about 36,000 cubic feet. Amateurs!
The new king of all edible homes was certified by Philip Robertson, adjudicator with Guinness World Records, on Saturday night. Robertson gave the creators credit for building the home outdoors amid the elements.
According to the Houston Chronicle, construction lasted about a month. Ingredients include 1,800 pounds of butter; 7,200 eggs; 7,200 pounds of flour and around 3,000 pounds of brown sugar. That equals around 36Read More »from Everything's bigger in Texas, even the gingerbread houses