Usually a small team of two or three people will have to work together to make tide motives, but dozens in Lebanon have united to work one of them, about 44 meters long, hoping to break the world record.
A large crowd of people gathered in the southern city of Rumaila to prepare and bake the participants in the engraved work, splitting into different teams.
One team is responsible for making the dough, another to decorate it with cut vegetables and one to ensure that the charcoal is sufficiently hot to bake the dough.
The previous record in the Guinness Book of Records for the longest cake was recorded in Lebanon on November 22, 2015 by making a 32-meter long dish.
After the 44-meter-long puff pastry bread on Saturday, St Antonios hopes to record a new record in Rumaila and the city council.