The Guinness World Records organization has addressed the concerns raised by Nigerian chef Hilda Baci regarding the delay in verifying her cook-a-thon attempt. Baci embarked on this culinary marathon in an effort to break the world record for the longest cooking time by an individual.
Successfully surpassing the previous record set by Indian chef Lata Tondon, who cooked continuously for 87 hours and 45 minutes, Baci dedicated an impressive 100 hours to this culinary feat. However, despite her remarkable achievement, the Guinness World Records has yet to officially verify her record.
In response to Baci’s frustration, expressed through her Twitter account on June 1, where she mentioned constantly refreshing her email in anticipation of the latest response from Guinness World Records, the organization provided an update. They explained that the verification process requires a thorough review of all the evidence before officially confirming a record.
Acknowledging Baci’s tweet, the official Twitter handle of Guinness World Records reassured her that their records team is actively working on reviewing the evidence she submitted. This response aims to address her concerns and provide reassurance that her record-breaking accomplishment is receiving the attention it deserves.
As the anticipation builds and the verification process continues, it is clear that Hilda Baci’s dedication and perseverance in her cook-a-thon have captured the attention of both the public and the Guinness World Records organization. The outcome of this verification will not only recognize Baci’s incredible achievement but also inspire aspiring chefs and individuals worldwide to pursue their own dreams and break boundaries.
We eagerly await the final confirmation from Guinness World Records, applauding Hilda Baci for her culinary prowess and her determination to push the limits of what is possible in the world of cooking
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