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Gigantic apple tart baked in Buenos Aires

12-05-2011 14:00 BJT

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A gigantic 303 meter-long apple tart was recently pieced together in Buenos Aires, Argentina. The enthusiastic bakers who made it celebrated breaking the Guinness record as thousands of pie lovers turned out to taste the final product.

The pie was made to benefit those who suffer from celiac disease because these people are limited to eating a gluten free diet while 100 meters of the pie was made gluten free.

The excited crowd lined up along the longest apple tart on the world's longest avenue, Rivadivia Avenue, waiting for a taste.

The bakers celebrated when the apple tart was awarded with a new Guinness record. But folks in the queue gave it the highest complement, saying the giant tart was like home made.

 

 

 

Editor:Liu Fang |Source: CNTV.CN

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