If there is a heaven, I’d like to think that it includes a mile-long pizza, something we’ve unfortunately never seen before on this planet.
Wait, what’s that? They just made a Guinness World Record-breaking mile-long pizza in Naples, Italy?! Welp, I guess my invitation was lost in the mail.
Look at this magnificent creation (unless you’re hungry, in which case you should run and hide from this video, and probably order a delicious pizza as soon as possible… may I recommend the pizza box pizza?):
100 chefs/heroes collaborated to make this record-breaking pizza, which was officially measured at 6,082.2 feet (1,853.33 meters), or 1.15 miles. The recipe for the Neapolitan included 2,000 kg of flour, 1,600 of tomatoes, 2,000 kg of fiordilatte cheese, and 200 liters of olive oil. The pizza took 11 hours to prepare, and used five portable wood ovens that were specially made for this record-breaking task.
The visitors/participants of the event were allowed to take a slice (otherwise that would’ve been absolute torture), and the rest of the pizza was taken to the Italian Red Cross, Camper Onlus Association, and Chicchi di Grano Association to feed the hungry.
The previous record for longest pizza was set in Milan, Italy in June 2015, with a pizza measured at a measly 5,234 feet. Naples dunked all over that record.