Multiple Pizza Hut workers in the Los Angeles Conventions Centre are breaking a sweat as the lay down layers upon layers of dough, tomato sauce and toppings to attempt to create the record-breaking pie, which would be cooked by enormous heat lamps.
By the numbers, the pizza is made of 6,193 kilograms of dough, 2,224 kilograms of sauce, over 3,391 kilograms of cheese and around 630,496 slices of pepperoni.
Pizza Hut CEO David Graves told Reuters that the resulting slices will be donated to food banks in the area.
Whether’s it’s a spot of retail therapy or going to watch a movie, there are quite a few ways of how you can spend rainy days in Malta. Which one’s your favourite?
1. Go shopping
As temperatures continue to drop, a little bit of retail therapy is exactly what you need to raise those temperatures. Whether it’s just window shopping or a complete shopping haul, pay a visit to one of Malta’s many shopping centres will definitely help you pass the time this January.
2. Visit the National Aquarium
Escape Malta’s grey January skies and dive into a colourful undersea wonderland at the Malta National Aquarium in St. Paul’s Bay. While you’re at it, complete the outing with a meal at La Nave Bistro and secure a great outing for the entire family.
3. Book a spa day
Whether you want to go on an intimate date with your partner, book a pampering day with a family member or catch up with an old friend, a spa day is just what you need. A few hours of pampering in a delicate, professional environment will calm the nerves and leave you feeling 100% refreshed.
4. Go watch a movie
We know how it feels to have cinema taken away and now that it’s back in full force, we encourage you to appreciate it as much as possible. Grab a popcorn, some nachos and find a film which tickles your fancy and you’re in for the perfect Autumn-Winter outing.
5. Stay in
The easiest option of all and in this weather, the most enticing. Head on down to your nearest supermarket, grab a few fresh ingredients and cook a dish of your liking as you stay inside to play a few board games or watch a bit of Netflix: time well spent.
No matter how old you are, the enchanting exuberance of carnival is certainly a sight to see and this year, the MCC is taking it to the next level.
“This year, Grand Master Pinto invites you to CARNE VALE, il Gran Ballo in Maschera”, a night of laughter, music, theatre, dance & culture that will transport you to the fantastic world of the Baroque carnival.
Take yourself on a journey to Venice by way of the Sacra Infermeria, now known as the Mediterranean Conference Centre in Valletta, and enjoy an immersive night of carnival fun.
Enjoy the unique atmosphere and grande spectacle for the gala, which includes welcome drinks and canapés, a seated 4-course lavish dinner complemented by superior wines as well as a 3-hour open bar with international drinks to follow.
Dine, dance and make merry as you become immersed into a magical world with harlequins and minstrels, dancers, acrobats, musicians, all in magnificent costumes and alluring masks of Malta’s own take on a flamboyantly magnificent Baroque Carnival.
“Drawing inspiration from Dante’s epic poem, the Divine Comedy our patrons will be seduced by many wonders as they peruse highly stylised renditions of Dante’s Purgatorio, Paradiso and Inferno. They will then make their way to the dinner hall for a sumptuous four course meal replete with revelry, mystery and entertainment, under the patronage of Grand Master Pinto himself.”
With an interactive theatrical performance, fire show, a 5-star menu of mouth-watering food and a variety of performances with everything from acrobats to opera singers, this year’s carnival is sure to be one for the books sosecure your €150 tickets now and prepare for the celebration of a lifetime.
Check out the event’s website if you want to know more.