Ghanaian Chef Abdul-Razak Faila Achieves Guinness World Record with 227-Hour Cook-a-thon

In a remarkable bid to break the Guinness World Record (GWR) for the longest individual cook-a-thon, Ghanaian chef Abdul Faila has accomplished a culinary feat by cooking continuously for an astounding 10 days.

Faila embarked on her epic cook-a-thon on January 1, 2024, at the Modern City Hotel in Tamale.

Originally planned to last for five days or a total of 120 hours, she surpassed expectations and successfully completed her challenge on Wednesday, January 10, 2024, clocking in at an impressive 227 hours and 10 seconds.

The previous record holder for the longest individual cook-a-thon was Irish chef Alan Fisher, who set a record of 119 hours and 57 minutes.

Faila, determined to surpass this milestone, managed to cook an astounding 195 meals within the span of the 10-day marathon.

Notably, many of these meals were generously distributed, serving hundreds of platters to underprivileged individuals.

Abdul-Razak Faila’s extraordinary accomplishment not only secured her a place in the Guinness World Records but also highlighted her commitment to culinary excellence and philanthropy.

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