World's Longest Pizza Is Certifiably Long, Possibly Delicious
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Thanks to the hard work of dozens of Italian chefs, you can now get tremendous exercise by simply walking around your pizza.
Granted, the pizza in question will have to be a record-breaking one they featured at Milan’s Expo 2015.
Utilizing multiple ovens and 60 pizza makers, a pie that measured almost a mile was formed, essentially proving that dreams do really come true.
The Associated Press has the skinny on a pizza we would be fine sharing with one or two individuals, stating that the pizza itself was 1.59545 kilometers in length and took 18 hours to construct.
Although there seems to be a bit of conjecture as to how many people labored over this light snack, because the following video report proclaims it took over 80 individuals:
The AP has good news for the few of you who are only intrigued by officially amazing fare: “Their toil was rewarded with a proclamation by Guinness World Records judge Saturday that it was the world's longest pizza.”
As you would imagine, the pizza was sliced up and given to passersby for free, marking the best kind of world record: the kind you can eat.
As the video illustrates, the pizza was constructed through a tireless effort and what looks like mobile pizza ovens that cooked on the go.
If true we now have the item to complete our Christmas list. Because how else are you going to cook the five-ton pizza of our dreams?
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