Hilda Baci, a talented cook from Nigeria, was officially presented with her Guinness World Record plaque on Monday, June 19, for achieving the longest individual Cook-a-thon.
In a confirmation video posted on her Instagram, Baci expressed her excitement, stating, “Our plaque is here @guinnessworldrecords.”
The 26-year-old cook was formally recognized on Tuesday, June 13, as the new holder of the Guinness World Record for the longest cooking marathon. Baci surpassed the previous record set by Indian Chef Lata Tondon, who cooked for 87 hours and 45 minutes, by an impressive 93 hours and 11 minutes.
According to the official page of Guinness World Records, Baci initially aimed to cook for 100 hours. However, nearly seven hours were deducted from her final total due to an error in calculating one of her rest breaks early on during the attempt.
Baci’s remarkable feat demonstrates her dedication and passion for cooking. The recognition from Guinness World Records is a testament to her endurance and skill in the kitchen.
As she proudly displays her Guinness World Record plaque, Baci has become an inspiration to aspiring chefs and cooking enthusiasts around the world. Her achievement serves as a remarkable milestone in the culinary world and highlights the talent that exists within Nigeria’s vibrant food culture.
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