Ghanaian Chef Failatu Embarks on a 120-Hour Cooking Marathon to Set Guinness World Record

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Ghanaian Chef Failatu Embarks on a 120-Hour Cooking Marathon to Set Guinness World Record

Ghanaian Chef Failatu Abdul  Takes on Guinness World Record Attempt with 120-Hour Cook-a-Thon

Tamale, Ghana In a culinary spectacle that has captured the attention of food enthusiasts nationwide, Failatu Abdul-Razak, a talented Ghanaian chef, has embarked on a remarkable journey to break the Guinness World Record for the longest cooking marathon by an individual.

Her ambitious endeavor kicked off on January 1st, 2024, at the prestigious Modern City Hotel in Tamale and is set to continue until January 5th.

With the aroma of diverse spices filling the air and the clatter of utensils echoing through the Modern City Hotel’s bustling kitchen, Failatu Abdul-Razak has already completed an impressive 30 hours of non-stop cooking. The seasoned chef has captured the hearts of onlookers and fellow culinary enthusiasts who are witnessing her dedication and passion for the art of gastronomy.

Failatu’s cook-a-thon is not only an attempt to etch her name into the culinary history books but also to showcase the rich and diverse flavors of Ghanaian cuisine. Her menu features a tantalizing array of traditional dishes, including jollof rice, waakye, fufu, and an assortment of delectable soups and stews.

A state-of-the-art kitchen has been provided to equip Failatu with the latest culinary technology and appliances. The hotel’s management expressed their excitement about hosting such a unique event and their pride in supporting a Ghanaian chef aiming for a prestigious world record.

As the clock continues to tick, Failatu remains focused and determined to surpass the current Guinness World Record for the longest cooking marathon, which stands at 120 hours. She draws inspiration from her love for Ghanaian cuisine and the support of her family, friends, and the local community.

Word of Failatu’s extraordinary feat has spread rapidly across social media platforms, with food enthusiasts and well-wishers rallying behind her. Many have expressed their admiration for her endurance and skill, predicting a successful record-breaking achievement.

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