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Guinness World Records validates Chef Hilda Baci’s feat

The Guinness World Records has finally validated the feat of Chef Hilda Effiong Bassey, better known as Hilda Baci, a young lady who embarked on…

The Guinness World Records has finally validated the feat of Chef Hilda Effiong Bassey, better known as Hilda Baci, a young lady who embarked on a cook-a-thon for about 100 hours.

Guinness World Records on Tuesday announced Hilda Baci the new record holder for the longest cooking by an individual.

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The Guinness World Records in a statement on its website which was also posted on its verified Twitter account stated, “Following a thorough review of all the evidence, Guinness World Records can now confirm that Hilda Effiong Bassey, better known as Hilda Baci, has officially broken the record for the longest cooking marathon (individual), with a time of 93 hours 11 minutes.”

The 26-year-old Nigerian chef began on Thursday 11 May and continued through to Monday 15 May, cooking over 100 pots of food during her four-day kitchen stint.

Hilda attempted to set a record of 100 hours, however, almost seven hours were deducted from her final total because she mistakenly took extra minutes for one of her rest breaks early on in the attempt.

Record-smashing Chef Hilda Baci ended her marathon cooking at 100 hours, setting a new Guinness World Record for ‘longest cooking time’ by an individual. Hilda equalled and surpassed the record held by Indian chef, Lata Tandon, for the longest cooking duration.

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