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GWR Responds To Ghanaian Chef’s Completion of A 227-Hour Cookathon

The cookathon completion of Ghanaian chef Failatu Abdul-Razak, who recorded 227 hours of cooking in ten days, has prompted a response from Guinness World Records (GWR).

The Guinness World Records accepted Failatu’s attempt to break the record for the longest cooking marathon and announced that her proof would be evaluated.

With 119 hours and 57 minutes, the previous record was set by Irish chef Alan Fisher, whom Failatu sought to overtake.

November 7, 2023, saw the formal validation of Fisher’s record. Abdul-Razak cooked for 227 hours, covering a wide range of cuisines, during her cookathon, which started on January 1, 2024.

GWR reacted saying;

“We look forward to reviewing her evidence!”

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