World’ Largest Pizza

A team have created a SLICE of history – after landing a spot in the record books for cooking the world’s largest pizza. The Dirt Road Cookers, a group of eight caterers based in San Antonio in Texas, USA, baked the massive 46.64 square foot pie – twice the size of the current record holder. Led by head chef and owner Kurt Oefinger, 30, the team created their 100lb whopper at the Guinness World Record museum where officials confirmed the record breaker.

A team have created a SLICE of history - after landing a spot in the record books for cooking the world's largest pizza. The Dirt Road Cookers, a group of eight caterers based in San Antonio in Texas, USA, baked the massive 46.64 square foot pie - twice the size of the current record holder. Led by head chef and owner Kurt Oefinger, 30, the team created their 100lb whopper at the Guinness World Record museum where officials confirmed the record breaker.

A team have created a SLICE of history - after landing a spot in the record books for cooking the world's largest pizza. The Dirt Road Cookers, a group of eight caterers based in San Antonio in Texas, USA, baked the massive 46.64 square foot pie - twice the size of the current record holder. Led by head chef and owner Kurt Oefinger, 30, the team created their 100lb whopper at the Guinness World Record museum where officials confirmed the record breaker.

A team have created a SLICE of history - after landing a spot in the record books for cooking the world's largest pizza. The Dirt Road Cookers, a group of eight caterers based in San Antonio in Texas, USA, baked the massive 46.64 square foot pie - twice the size of the current record holder. Led by head chef and owner Kurt Oefinger, 30, the team created their 100lb whopper at the Guinness World Record museum where officials confirmed the record breaker.

A team have created a SLICE of history - after landing a spot in the record books for cooking the world's largest pizza. The Dirt Road Cookers, a group of eight caterers based in San Antonio in Texas, USA, baked the massive 46.64 square foot pie - twice the size of the current record holder. Led by head chef and owner Kurt Oefinger, 30, the team created their 100lb whopper at the Guinness World Record museum where officials confirmed the record breaker.