Tennessee Restaurant Nabs World RECORD for Giant Spam Musubi

Tennessee Restaurant Nabs World RECORD for Giant Spam Musubi

Tennessee Restaurant Nabs World RECORD for Giant Spam Musubi
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A restaurant in Tennessee, United States has nabbed a world record for assembling a 1,120-pound dish of Spam musubi.

According to United Press International, it is a sushi-like dish involving rice and Spam layers wrapped in seaweed.

Kimo’s Hawaiian Bar and Grill in Clarksville aimed to defeat the previous world record of 628 pounds.

Chefs of the restaurant assembled the dish at Loaves and Fishes’ new facility to open within the next two months.

The owner said the record attempt raised funds for local nonprofits Loaves and Fishes and Yaipak Outreach.

“It ended up being about 4 feet wide, 8 feet long and about 1 foot tall,” Loaves and Fishes board chairman Tamara Long said.

Meanwhile, a pizza cooked in France has also nabbed a world record for containing over 200 varieties of cheese.

According to various reports, French chef Benoit Bruel combined a total of 254 cheeses to top his pizza.

In a video, Bruel weighs out the portions of cheese properly to make sure there was enough of each variety.

The record-holder told Guinness officials that he thought it was important for him to receive the award in France.

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