Chef Faila ends her cooking marathon with an impressive 227 hours

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In an awe-inspiring culmination of culinary prowess and unparalleled determination, Ghana’s own Chef Faila Abdul Razak has unofficially shattered the Guinness World Record for the longest individual cooking marathon.

After an extraordinary 10 days in the kitchen, Chef Faila has not only exceeded her initial goal but has set a new benchmark, cooking for an astounding 227 hours.

Chef Faila Abdul Razak embarked on this remarkable cookathon on the eve of the new year, capturing the attention and admiration of audiences not only in Ghana but around the world.

The marathon cooking session, which began as an ambitious attempt to break the existing record, evolved into an exceptional display of resilience and culinary expertise.

The Ghanaian chef’s feat goes beyond the established norms, showcasing an unwavering commitment to pushing the boundaries of culinary endurance.

The journey, marked by late nights, early mornings, and an unrelenting dedication to the craft, has left an indelible mark on the culinary landscape.

The previous Guinness World Record for the longest individual cooking marathon was set by Irish Chef Alan Fisher.

Chef Faila Abdul Razak’s unofficial breaking of this record signifies a monumental achievement for herself and the culinary community in Ghana.

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