Students create gingerbread Lambeau Field

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GREENDALE — Home economics students at Martin Luther High School in Greendale were tasked with creating gingerbread houses this holiday season.

Two boys in the class went above and beyond the call by creating what they call a gingerbread Lambeau Field. 

The Lambeau creation is two-and-a-half wife long by one-foot wide. And yes, everything about it is edible. The creators say it took two weeks to complete; one week to bake all of the pieces and another week to decorate the entire thing.

The boys who creating the gingerbread Lambeau Field say the other team on the field is supposed to represent the Detroit Lions.