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Cook-a-thon: Kenyan Chef Surpasses Hilda Baci’s Guinness World Record

Maliha Mohammed, a Kenyan chef, claims to have broken the world record for the longest cooking marathon held by Hilda Baci of Nigeria.

Announcing her achievement via Instagram on Tuesday, Maliha wrote, “@seagasltd Yes, we did it! I am now the new world record holder for the longest home kitchen cooking marathon in town. Thank you for the incredible support”.

The Kenyan chef stated that she began her cook-a-thon on August 11, with the goal of breaking the Nigerian chef’s current Guinness World Record (GWR) of 93 hours and 11 minutes.

Maliha stated she beat Baci’s time and set a new record for the longest individual cooking marathon at 95 hours and 15 minutes.

Maliha’s new cooking record has yet to be confirmed by the British reference book.

In 2018 and 2019, the chef attempted to break the GWR, but her attempts were not certified.

The chef announced her plan to try again in May. She stated that she applied in 2022 and that the GWR approved her application.

“In 2019, I broke the GWR for cooking 75 hours, In 2018 I did the same by cooking 72 hours,” she wrote.

“I sent my application last year to GWR, it takes time for them to accept your application, but they did accept my application via email.

“I will not be breaking one record but two. The first record will be broken on August 11 and the second will be on September 11 of the longest cooking by an individual marathon and also home cooking marathon.

“I know the love, the support I had gotten in 2019 was immense, and now I need your support one more time.”


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