Pastry school creates cake celebrating Cubs World Series victory

CHICAGO (FOX 32 News) - The celebration of the Chicago Cubs historic World Series championship continues Wednesday with a massive sweet creation.

The French Pastry School at Kennedy King College created a Cubs-themed cake that will go on display Wednesday before the start of City Council.

The cake - made up of 45 pounds of sugar, 25 pounds of chocolate, and 10 pounds of Rice Krispies - took approximately 200 hours to create.

Chef Sunny Lee, the French Pastry School's Certified Master Sugar Artist, and intern Eunli Cho created the 7-tiered cake that depicts Wrigley field and other Cubs regalia.

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