Why Hilda Baci’s Cooking Time Was Reduced From 100 To 93 Hours By Guinness World Records [SEE] - Nigelzient



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Wednesday, June 14, 2023

Why Hilda Baci’s Cooking Time Was Reduced From 100 To 93 Hours By Guinness World Records [SEE]

Following the confirmation of Hilda Baci’s new record of the longest cooking marathon for an individual in history, Guinness World Records have revealed why the chef’s cooking time was reduced.

In an official statement, Guinness World Records shared today, Tuesday, June 13, 2023, confirmed that Lagos-based chef Hilda Baci is now the new record holder of the longest cooking time for an individual.

Eyebrows were raised as GWR confirmed that Hilda‘s cooking time recognized for this record was 93 hours compared to the 100 hours she cooked from May 11 to May 15, 2023.

What Did Hilda Baci Cook In Her Attempt To Break The Guinness World Record For The Longest Cooking Time?

Hilda Baci cooked over 100 dishes in her attempt to break the Guinness World Record for the longest cooking time in history for an individual, and these dishes include:

Hilda Baci’s sides menu 

Party Jollof

Coconut rice

Native rice

Asun rice

Fried rice

Native pasta

Jollof pasta

Porridge yam

Porridge plantain

Mashed potatoes

White rice

Hilda Baci’s soups menu 

Chicken curry

Edika ikong



Fisherman soup


meat pepper soup

Seafood okra

Ofe akwu

Hilda Baci’s sauces/meats menu

Goatmeat stew

Buka stew

Peppered turkey

Peppered chicken

Fried fish

Peppered fish

Turkey stew

Ofada sauce

Hilda Baci breakfast/cold dishes menu 




Chicken wraps


African breadfruit

Why Hilda Baci’s Cooking Time Was Reduced

Guinness World Records clarified why this is the case in an official statement that revealed that the Lagos-based chef mistakenly took extra minutes for her break instead of the recognized five minutes break period allowed by the organization.

The statement read:

Hilda attempted to set a record of 100 hours; however, almost seven hours were deducted from her final total because she mistakenly took extra minutes for one of her rest breaks early on in the attempt. As with all ‘longest marathon’ records, the participant is permitted a five-minute rest break for every continuous hour of activity. These rest breaks can be accumulated if not taken. They were the only times Hilda could use the bathroom or sleep during the attempt.

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