Chef Failatu ends Cook-a-thon attempt at 227 hours

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Chef Failatu ends Cook-a-thon attempt at 227 hours

At 227 hours of cooking, Chef Failatu Abdul-Razak has brought to an end her Guinness World Record Attempt for the longest cooking marathon. From Ja

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At 227 hours of cooking, Chef Failatu Abdul-Razak has brought to an end her Guinness World Record Attempt for the longest cooking marathon.

From January 1, 2024, to today, January 10, 2024, Chef Faila and her assistant Chef Malik Eric mesmerized the residents of Tamale and beyond with an extraordinary display of endurance, skill, and a tantalizing array of flavours.

Over 9 days and nights, the duo created an extensive menu, showcasing their creativity and dedication to pushing culinary boundaries.

Their synchronized efforts and culinary synergy have not only broken records but have also set a new standard for teamwork and innovation in the kitchen.

The final moments of the cook-a-thon were met with cheers and applause from the supporting audience, both on-site and through the live stream that connected viewers from around the globe.

As the clock hit the 227-hour mark, the accomplishment was met with a sense of achievement and celebration.

As the cooking utensils are laid to rest and the kitchen falls silent after 227 hours of non-stop culinary magic, Chef Failatu Abdul-Razak and her ‘wingman’ Chef Malik stand as pioneers who have left an indelible mark on the world of gastronomy.

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