Minnesota casino sets world record with huge fry bread taco Natasha Rausch, Inforum · August 13, 2019 at 1:00 pm CASS LAKE, Minn. — Weighing 350 pounds and measuring 8 feet in diameter, an Indian taco made in Cass Lake, Minnesota, set a world record over the weekend — and hundreds of people got to taste it. The Leech Lake Band of Ojibwe’s new Cedar Lakes Casino-Hotel set the Guinness world record Saturday, Aug. 10, for the largest fry bread taco as part of its grand opening celebration. Official Mike Marcotte announced that the fry bread, which weighed 150.2 pounds without toppings, set the record, according to a news release. The chili, lettuce and cheese toppings added another 200 pounds to the scale. The more than 500 people in attendance split the fry bread taco, which has traditionally been a staple at Indigenous powwows across the country.