August 19, 2013 |

Chef builds the world’s biggest pizza weighing 100lb, measuring nearly 50 square feet

By Pizza Today


Chef builds the world’s biggest pizza weighing 100lb, measuring nearly 50 square feetThe Dirt Road Cookers, a catering group in San Antonio, Texas, shatters the Guinness World Record for largest pizza, previously held by Big Mama’s and Papa’s Pizza in Los Angeles, California. The new record breaker weighs in at 100 pounds, measures 46.64 square feet and 92.5 inches in diameter. It took eight men and a specially built oven to accomplish this feat.

To read more about how the team created the massive pie, CLICK HERE.

To check out the official Guinness record, CLICK HERE.

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