A city in Belgium held an annual omelette festival yesterday unlike any other. The city of Malmedy, Belgium used a record breaking 10,000 eggs to cook the world's biggest omelette as part of a 22 year tradition. 

Working over an open fire, The World Fraternity of Knights of the Giant Omelette (yes, that is really the name of the group) created the ridiculously large dish, which involved the use of a 13-foot diameter skillet and 12 chefs cooking together. 

Hundreds of spectators were treated to a taste of the gigantic omelette, which comes in the midst of a European egg contamination scandal. However, neither the rain nor fear of contamination prevented the hungry crowd from enjoying a delicious piece of the giant omelette.