Two-year-old Olive Landon of San Francisco adds a piece of candy to a 22-foot high gingerbread house in the lobby of the Fairmont Hotel as executive chef J.W. Foster, right, looks on in San Francisco,... more 
Two-year-old Olive Landon of San Francisco adds a piece of candy to a 22-foot high gingerbread house in the lobby of the Fairmont Hotel as executive chef J.W. Foster, right, looks on in San Francisco, Thursday, Dec. 2, 2010. The gingerbread house was made with 5500 pieces of gingerbread, 850 pounds of icing, 425 pounds of candy and eight gallons of chocolate. Each day chefs have to make repairs to the holiday creation since some people often break off pieces of the house. less 
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Associated Press | Photo By Eric Risberg
Thu, Dec 2, 2010 7:35 PM EST