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Nigerian Chef Hilda Baci’s 100-Hour Culinary Marathon Awaits Official Guinness Recognition

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NEW YORK, USA — In an impressive display of culinary prowess, Nigerian chef Hilda Baci has made her mark on the world stage with a record-breaking cooking marathon.

While the Guinness Book of Records has yet to officially recognize her achievement, her efforts have not gone unnoticed.

The acknowledgment process was brought to light on Monday, May 15, 2023, when a Twitter user, @AlexanderDGreat, inquired about the status of Baci’s record.

“Why is Guinness World Records not showing or talking about Hilda’s cook-a-thon? Can’t see anything on their pages (Twitter, Facebook, YouTube),” @AlexanderDGreat wrote.

In response, the official Guinness World Records Twitter account provided a statement on their evaluation process.

“We’re aware of this amazing record attempt, we need to review all the evidence first before officially confirming a record.”

Baci’s culinary marathon has the potential to surpass the current record for the world’s longest cooking marathon, held by Lata Tondon of Rewa, India.

Tondon set the record in 2019 with a cooking time of 87 hours, 45 minutes, and 00 seconds. If Baci’s achievement is deemed legitimate, her name will be etched in history alongside other extraordinary record-breakers.

Hilda Baci put off her stove at 100 hours mark on Monday, May 15, 2023, setting a new world record.

As fans and followers around the globe await the official verdict, Chef Hilda Baci’s culinary marathon has undoubtedly captured the attention and admiration of the world.

With patience and due diligence from the Guinness World Records, she will soon solidify her place among the greats.

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