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Croatian Pastry Chefs to Attempt Guinness Record for World’s Longest Roll Cake

PressCroatia is set to get itself another Guinness Book of Records entry in the food department, to go with the largest ‘Sarma’ and ‘Strudel’ efforts a few months ago. Croatia will later this month attempt to break the world record for the largest roll cake…

The world record attempt will be made on 22 February as part of the 6th International Gastronomy, Hotel and Restaurant Equipment and Catering Fair organised by the Croatian Association of Pastry Cooks (Udruga Slastičara Hrvatske) and Zagreb Fair. The attempt to bake the impressive 150 metre roll cake, which will use more than 60 kilograms of chocolate, to break the record is just one of the attractions of the 4-day fair which opens on 19 February. Besides the most significant Croatian companies, the fair will host exhibitors from Germany, Albania, Austria, Italy, Slovak Republic, Slovenia, USA and Turkey.

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