February 5, 2014 |

British pizzeria owner unveils world’s spiciest pizza

By Pizza Today


James Broderick, owner of Little Italy Pizza Company in the small English town of Sleaford, has unveiled what he hopes will be the world’s spiciest pizza.

His secret sauce contains the world’s hottest chili, registering 12 million units on the scoville heat scale, according to Yahoo New UK. Watch as Broderick describes his fiery creation:

Chefs wear face masks when assembling the pie affectionately called ‘Death by Pizza’ — a fitting name for a pizza that comes with a disclaimer of “risk of injury or even death’ that each diner who attempts it must sign. No one has finished the entire 12-inch pizza.

 

 

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