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Bosnian Chefs Join Forces to Attempt World’s Biggest Borek


Thousands gathered in the Bosnia city of Tuzla on Saturday to watch a team of chefs attempt to make the world’s biggest Borek pie. In all, the monstrous Borek weighed 1,500 pounds and measured 20 feet in diameter. The entire endeavor was captured on video, measurements were recorded, and the team sent off an official application to the Guinness World Record headquarters for a chance to get their names in the record books.

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