If you know anything about me, you know that I love pizza. I love making it, eating it, and I love stories about pizza. I wish this story happened in Connecticut since we have the best pizza in the country, maybe in the world, but it actually happened in Los Angeles last week.
Pizza Hut broke a world record by making a 14,000 square-foot pizza at the Los Angeles Convention Center. They had to assemble it on the floor of the convention center then use a bank of heaters to cook it from above. It took about 48 hours start to finish. Using over 13,000 pounds of dough, 5,000 pounds of sauce, 8,800 pounds of cheese and more than 630,000 slices of Pepperoni. If you’re wondering how they ate all this pizza? Pizza Hut says that they made sure that the 68,000 slices didn’t go to waste. They actually donated all the pizza to charities in L.A. Which is awesome
I just wanna know how they found a pizza cutter big enough to cut this thing.
Here is the video:
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