Pizza Topped With 101 Different Cheeses Sets World Record

May 2, 2017

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Note: Click HERE for a predominately illegible chart of all the cheeses used.

Seen here looking suspiciously like the pizza they serve at the roller skating rink, Scottie's Pizza Parlor of Portland, Oregon, recently set the world record for the largest cheese assortment on a pizza, with a staggering 101 different varieties. And they were selling slices for only $2 apiece. That's a steal! *produces pantyhose and laser blaster* But this is a robbery. "You should have put the pantyhose on before you came in." Ugh, I know, my legs are so pale.

It starts with a 55-cheese blend, a blend Scottie's Pizza Parlor's house-made ricotta, and a blend of 36 soft cheeses. But it doesn't stop there. We're only up to 91 cheeses. On top, these pizza artists grate a blend of nine dry cheeses. Last but certainly not least, part-skim mozzarella is stuffed inside the pizza's crust.

Sure you get VERY LITTLE of each cheese mixed into the blend, but that's beside the point. I bet it tasted fantastic. *licking lips* I'm imagining eating a piece right now. "How's it taste?" Like a little slice of heaven. But mostly like cheese. When reached for comment about the pizza, the Ninja Turtles' sewer phone had been disconnected, presumably because Donatello foolishly spent the last of their money buying a scanning electron microscope or something. "Michelangelo has a phone-sex addiction." Okaaaaaaaay.

Keep going for a handful more shots and a video of the base-blend being blended.

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Thanks to Stephanie B, who agrees the best pizza comes from whoever is open and delivering at 3AM.

  • TheQiwiMan

    Would try.

  • Kateness

    The first picture made me smile. He reminded me of Karl from Sling blade. Now I want some french fried taters.. errmhmm.

  • Ollie Williams

    Yay Portland!

  • Titty McNipplefondler

    If it goes in your mouth, Portland does it best.

  • Ollie Williams

    Are we still talking about pizza?

  • da1nonlysage

    If this were made in NYC you'd actually see the different types of cheese

  • ecafsub

    101 cheeses, and that's it? It looks like a used maxi-pad that's been steamrolled. That thing should be a gorram mountain of cheese, not some homeopathetic sprinkle.

  • TwiZtedS

    That's kind of what I thought. I was expecting it to look like a thick New York style slice that had about an inch of cheesy goodness stringing off the side. Not like a $5 Hot-N-Ready from Little Caesars that's sat under the heat lamp for an hour...

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