It's been a pretty good year for the Chicago Cubs. Not only did they win their first World Series in over a century, but they also now have had a legendary gingerbread house made in their honor.

Gerald Madero, the chef for Forest Hills Country Club in Illinois, constructed a monstrous gingerbread replica of Wrigley Field for this holiday season, and it is a thing of beauty.

The 400-pound gingerbread stadium measures four feet by four feet and is entirely edible, from the grass to the seats to the scoreboard. The detail is pretty outstanding.

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Rockford's Gerald Madero is in the spirit of the season and made a gingerbread model of Wrigley Field to honor the #Cubs #WorldSeries title. pic.twitter.com/BhzJqGACvX

— Dan Cohen (@DanCohenWREX) November 28, 2016

While you might think that the most redeeming part of making a gingerbread structure is being able to eat it afterward, Chef Madero disagrees. He made this with the intent of using it as a decorative holiday centerpiece, not to serve as dessert. That means it'll be heading into the trash once the holiday season is over. Sad!