World’s Largest Caprese Salad Will Be Made And Eaten At Wisconsin Winery
You won't believe just how much mozzarella cheese will be used to make this 32-foot record breaking salad, that you can eat while drinking wine.
The current record for the largest caprese salad 24 feet. That salad was made in San Diego. What will become Wisconsin's biggest and possibly he world's biggest is being made on Thursday, August 9 at Lewis Station Winery in Lake Mills, Wisconsin (just a 75-minute drive from Rockford).
The caprese salad is an easy to make Italian salad, made of sliced fresh mozzarella, tomatoes, sweet basil, season with sea salt and olive oil. Just how much of those ingredients will be used to make one that will be 32 feet long?
- Mozzarella - 96 pounds
- Tomatoes - 34 quarts
- Basil - 3 pounds
- Olive oil - 2 quarts
- Balsamic vinegar - 1 quart
According to channel3000.com, the salad will take four people approximately an hour to assemble. Doors open at Lewis Station Winery at 5 p.m. to watch the assembly of this large caprese salad. You'll also be able to purchase a serving of the salad with a glass of rosé for $10.