Just under two months following the official certification of Hilda Baci by Guinness World Records as the individual with the longest cooking time, another chef from Kenya has surpassed this achievement.
Chef Maliha Mohammed commenced her cooking marathon on August 11 and has unofficially established a new record by cooking continuously for an impressive 95 hours.
In a message posted on social media, she expressed her accomplishment: “Yes, we did it! New world record holder for the longest home kitchen cooking marathon in town. Shukran for the support.”
Nonetheless, it’s worth noting that as of now, her newly set record has yet to receive recognition from Guinness World Records.
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Following the official announcement of celebrity chef Hilda Baci as the new record holder for the longest cooking marathon, surpassing Indian Chef Lata Tondon, Guinness World Records has conducted a comprehensive review of the evidence. The organization has now confirmed that Hilda Effiong Bassey, widely recognized as Hilda Baci, has successfully broken the record for the longest individual cooking marathon. She achieved this feat with an impressive time of 93 hours and 11 minutes.
Hailing from Nigeria and at the age of 26, Hilda Baci embarked on her remarkable cooking marathon on Thursday, May 11, and persevered until Monday, May 15. Throughout this four-day culinary challenge, she diligently prepared over 100 pots of food.
Hilda initially aimed to establish a record of 100 hours. However, due to an error in timing during one of her early rest breaks, almost seven hours were subtracted from her final total.