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Nine has a special pizza made by the
Dirt Road Cookers, and it's 8
feet in diameter!
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2013, 12:03 PM CST
Dirt Road Cookers makes
Cosmopolitan Magazine! - October
Everyone is talking about
the World Record Pizza!
We might make up to 4 pizzas but the one
that counts comes off the pit at noon. Not
has to stay in the heat with
us all day; but at least come out, show your
support and eat some good
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Date: August 5, 2013, 10:21:17
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Same Dirt Road Cookers
name - Different State - Different menu
Road Cookers BBQ restaurant in Navarre, FL
is different ownership than Dirt Road
Cookers in Texas.
are ever in the panhandle of Florida you
have to check them out. Lee, DR and Brian
Hannon say their BBQ is real good, but it's
more like AWESOME!
Buy the T-Shirt
Look at their BBQ menu.
Dirt Road Cookers -
Texas caterers set world record for
The Dirt Road Cookers, a team of eight
caterers from San Antonio, Texas, broke
the World Record for the largest pizza.
The 46.64 square foot pie weighed about
100 pounds and took nearly two hours to
Monday, August 19, 2013, 11:24 AM
A team has
created a SLICE of history after landing a spot in
the record books for cooking the world's largest
The Dirt Road
Cookers, a group of eight caterers based in San
Antonio, Texas baked the massive 46.64 square foot
pie - twice the size of the current record holder.
by Kens5.com Staff
Posted on August 2, 2013 at 12:54 PM
Updated today at 1:33 PM
SAN ANTONIO -- A Texas company is
going to try to set the world record for
the largest commercially-available
On Saturday, the Dirt Road Cookers will
be baking a massive 46-square-foot pie
at the Guinness World Records Museum
across the street from the Alamo.
Chef Kurt Oefinger, who leads to
Hondo-based catering team, said they
will be busting out their custom made
oven to cook a total of four pizzas, all
which will be available to spectators.
The first pizza will be ready by noon;
the second at 2 p.m.; the third at 5
p.m.; and the fourth at 7 p.m.
Oefinger and his team like to get
creative with the toppings. Each pizza
will be a little different from one
another in toppings and design -- or
Records attempt for largest pizza set for Alamo Plaza
Thursday, August 1, 2013
The Dirt Road Cookers
team will try to set a record for the
largest pizza. (Courtesy photo)
Everything is bigger in
Texas, and one chef is hoping to make
that distinction with pizza.
Kurt Oefinger, head chef
and owner of Dirt Road Cookers catering
in Hondo, will try on Saturday, Aug.
3, to set a world record
for the largest
commercially-available pizza. His team
of eight people will work on an 8-foot
pizza from 10 a.m. to noon Aug. 3
the Guinness World Records Museum, 329
Alamo Plaza (across from the Alamo).
According to the press release,
“Oefinger has a massive custom-made,
wood-fired pizza oven that he uses to
create giant pizzas
for parties and
special events. Ingredients for this
world record attempt will include 40
pounds of dough, 10 pounds of sauce,
pounds of cheese and 8 pounds of
pepperoni. The current record is about 4
½ feet by 4 ½ feet.”
In San Antonio, Chef Seeks
Guinness World Record for Big Pizza
July 31, 2013
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San Antonians will get a chance to watch as Chef
Kurt Oefinger of
Dirt Road Cookers, based in Hondo, tries for the
record of largest commercially-available pizza in
front of the Alamo on Saturday, August 3. Prep
begins at 10 a.m. and the public will enjoy
free slices at noon once the pizza is ready.
A team of eight
will use one one of Oefinger’s massive custom-made,
wood-fired pizza oven to create the pizza using 40
pounds of dough, 10 pounds of sauce, 24 pounds of
cheese and 8 pounds of pepperoni in hopes of
producing an 8-foot-long pie.
The event is
hosted by Guinness World Records Museum in San
Antonio who will have a rep on-hand to verify the
World's Largest Pizza
Attempt: Free Pizza For Onlookers August 3,
Antonio may soon have the Guinness Book
of World Records title for the home of
the World's Largest Pizza -- and you
could help eat a few slices for free!
On Saturday, August 3, Dirt Road Cookers
will attempt to beat the existing world
record for making, baking, and serving
the largest commercially-available
The attempt will take place from 10am to
noon at Guinness World Records Museum,
which is downtown directly across from
And once the pizza has been judged by
Guinness officials, Dirt Road Cookers
will slice it up and pass it away to
anyone who came out to cheer them team
There doesn't appear to be any limits on
slices per attendee -- because let's
face it, judging from the promotional
photo, there will probably be more than
enough to go around.
Hondo-based pizza bakers shooting
for Guinness world record on Saturday
SAN ANTONIO -- A
Texas company is going to try to set the world
record for the largest commercially-available pizza.
Saturday, the Dirt Road Cookers will be baking a massive
46-square-foot pie at the
Guinness World Records Museum across the street from
on August 2, 2013
are probably asking yourself what a 46 square foot
pizza has to do with Dirt Road Cookers, right?
Nothing, except for the fact a San Antonio, Texas
named “Dirt Road Cookers Catering” will
attempt to set a Guinness World Record Saturday,
August 3, 2013 at the Guinness World Records Museum
329 Alamo Plaza
for the “largest commercially
event takes place from 10AM-Noon, the public is
invited to watch and spectators will get to try a
slice once the attempt is complete.
We wish the fellas good luck and much success in their attempt.
Considering their great taste in names, we bet the
pizza taste awful darn good too!
Dirt Road Cookers get
front page coverage.
Photo: The World's
largest commercially available pizza was 92
1/2 inches in diameter and weighed about 88
Largest Commercially Available Pizza: Texas
breaks Guinness world record
SAN ANTONIO, TX, USA -- The Dirt
Road Cookers baked a massive pie in attempt
to break the Guinness World Records' record
of 5.4 feet across and 20.25 square feet;
Kurt Oefinger, head Chef and owner of Dirt
Road Cookers catering, has lead a team of
eight people who baked a massive 46.2
square-foot pizza, setting the new world
record for the Largest commercially
available pizza, according to the World
The Guinness World Records' record for
the largest pizza commercially available is
1 m 37 cm (4 ft 6 in) by 1 m 37 cm (4 ft 6
in) and is sold at the Big Mama''s and
Papa''s Pizzeria, Los angeles, California.
Guinness World Records also recognized the
world record for the largest collection of
pizza-related items; it belongs to Brian
Dwyer (USA) with 561 different items from
all over the world, as of 31 July 2011,
which he has been collecting since 2010.
Chef Kurt Oefinger, who leads to
Hondo-based catering team, said they would
be busting out their custom made oven to
cook a total of four pizzas, all which will
be available to spectators.
Oefinger and his team like to get creative with the toppings. Each pizza
will be a little different from one another
in toppings and design -- or even shape.