Meet Chef Hilda Baci, a 27-year-old culinary prodigy who is on the brink of breaking the Guinness World Record for the longest cooking marathon. Her incredible journey began on May 11 and will conclude today, on May 14. With over 64 hours under her belt, Chef Hilda is inching closer to surpassing the current record set by Lata Tondon in 2019, who cooked for an impressive 87 hours, 45 minutes, and 00 seconds in Rewa, India.
Taking place at the picturesque Amore Gardens in Lekki, Lagos, this momentous event has allowed Chef Hilda to showcase her remarkable culinary skills. She has been delighting the audience with a diverse range of local and international recipes, putting Nigeria on the global culinary map.
The Cook-a-thon is proudly sponsored by GB Food, the renowned makers of Gino tomato paste, Ginomax, and Bama. Other sponsors lending their support include Woodscope, Amore Gardens, Vendease, AfriGlobal, Uber, Arla Foods, CWAY, Filmhouse, ORIKI, and PowerOil. Their generosity has made this event possible, allowing Chef Hilda to chase her dreams and make history.
Throughout the marathon, friends and family have rallied around Chef Hilda, offering their unwavering support. The excitement is palpable, and we too are enthusiastically cheering her on. With each passing hour, Chef Hilda is drawing closer to shattering the existing record and etching her name in the annals of culinary history.
Chef Hilda Baci’s tenacity and passion for cooking have captivated Generation Z, inspiring them to pursue their own culinary dreams. Her determination and skill in the kitchen serve as a testament to the boundless possibilities that lie within their grasp. As Chef Hilda continues her awe-inspiring marathon, let us all rally behind her and witness the birth of a new Guinness World Record holder.
Celebrating the World Food Day