An Italian restaurant in Australia has made a 103 metre long (338 foot) Margherita pizza to raise funds for firefighters battling bushfires.
The pizza was rolled out in rectangular, metre-long pieces of dough, pieced together and covered with tomato sauce and mozzarella, before being baked using a conveyor oven.
It was then liberally seasoned with basil leaves, oregano and olive oil.
An Italian restaurant in Australia, Pellegrini’s Italian, made a 338-foot-long pizza which took four hours to bake and yielded 4,000 slices, to raise funds for firefighters battling bushfires https://t.co/2BBKwojLom pic.twitter.com/44yhuwkhhGReuters (@Reuters) January 22, 2020
The effort took about four hours, according to Pellegrini’s restaurant, and yielded 4,000 slices.
The proceeds went to the New South Wales Rural Fire service.
A video of the pizza being made has gone viral on social media with lots of users marvelling at its size.
The restaurant is now holding a contest to guess how many kilograms of flour went into making the pizza.
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