Unfortunately they're all losers because the executive chef at the Hyatt gets to make an 11-foot tall gingerbread building, complete with gingerbread clock and a gingerbread cobblestone street. The other unfortunate thing is that you don't actually get to eat any gingerbread - signs everywhere warn you against touching. Given the number of figures with missing heads I'm not sure everyone takes notice, although eating gingerbread that has been breathed/coughed/sneezed over by the alleged 20,000 people who come to see this...I'd rather take my chances with a witch.
Wow! Some of these constructions are pretty amazing.
Some less so. Whoever made this is being eaten.
These aren't even gingerbread!
How are you feeling about the snowsuit these days Pete? Ok...
High-class piping on this effort.
As Hannah noted: when it comes to gingerbread creations, less is not more.
Executive Chef Thomas Heinrich's gigantic gingerbread building. Unfair.
Are you happier now Pete? No.