After confirming Hilda Baci’s new record for the longest cooking marathon per capita in history, Guinness World Records reveals why a chef’s cooking time has been reduced.
Guinness World Records confirmed, in an official statement, today, Tuesday, June 13, 2023, that Chef Hilda Baci, who resides in Lagos, is now the holder of the new record for the longest cooking time per capita.
Eyebrows were raised when GWR confirmed that Hilda’s recognized cook time for this record was 93 hours compared to the 100 hours she cooked from May 11 to May 15, 2023.
What did Hilda Bachi do in her attempt to break the Guinness World Record for the longest cooking time?
Hilda Baci cooked more than 100 dishes in her attempt to break the Guinness World Record for the longest cooking time in history per capita, and these dishes include:
Side Menu Hilda Bachi
The original pasta
List of Hilda Patchi Soups
Beef soup with pepper
Okra with seafood
List of sauces / meats Hilda Bachi
Goat meat stew
Hilda Bachi’s breakfast/cold menu
Guinness World Records explained the reason for this in an official statement revealing that the Lagos-based chef had mistakenly taken extra minutes instead of the recognized five-minute period allowed by the organization.
Hilda attempted to set a record of 100 hours. However, nearly seven hours were deducted from her final total because she accidentally took extra minutes for one of her breaks early in the attempt. As with all “longest marathon” records, the participant is allowed a five-minute rest period for every continuous hour of activity. These breaks can be accumulated if not taken. Those were the only times Hilda could use the bathroom or fall asleep while trying.
– Guinness World Records (GWR) June 13, 2023
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