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Polish Chefs Create World's Largest Lasagna: 5.29 Tons

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Behold the world's largest lasagna, made in Poland to honor Italy's team in the 2012 Euro Cup. Coming in at 5.29 tons, Reuters reports this mass of pasta and cheese took ten hours to bake and was divided into 10,000 portions. It is being entered into the Guinness Book of World Records; the previous largest lasagna weighed 4.09 tons and was made in 1993. The kicker? (Sorry.) Apparently, the Italian players are on a diet and maybe didn't get to try any of it. Below, a report shows the lasagna in all its glory:

Video: World's Largest Lasagna

· World's Largest Lasagne Marks Italy Visit [Reuters]
· Polish Chefs Make Massive Lasagna in Honor of Italian Euro 2012 Team [IBT]
· All World Record Food on Eater [-E-]

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