Kenyan culinary star, Maliha Mohammed, is gearing up for a groundbreaking attempt to break the Guinness World Record for the longest solo cooking session.
With the clock at 245pm EAT reading 140 hours of cooking, Chef Maliha vowed to push to 150 hours which will redefine the limits of solo culinary endurance, underscoring her dedication to pushing the boundaries of her craft.
The current record, held by Irish chef Alan Fisher, stands at 119 hours and 57 minutes, surpassing the previous record set by Nigerian chef Hilda Baci.
Chef Maliha is poised to secure the record even when accounting for a countback and subtracting her resting hours from the total.
Expressing her enthusiasm for the challenge, Chef Maliha noted, “Setting a target of 150 hours is not just about breaking records; it’s about pushing the limits of what is possible in the world of solo cooking marathons. This journey is a testament to the passion and resilience that fuels me.”
Chef Maliha is being fueled by Sea Gas who are supporting this extraordinary feat.
Amanda Donahue, CEO of Proto Energy, the parent company of Sea Gas, expressed her pride in the sponsorship, stating: “We are honored by Chef Maliha’s determination which mirrors our commitment to supporting and fueling the aspirations of those who dare to dream. She is an amazing young woman and we couldn’t be more proud to stand with her as she puts Kenya on the global map.”
As part of the sponsorship, Sea Gas will help expedite the verification process from the Guinness Book of World Records team, ensuring the Chef gets her recognition within five days.
Chef Maliha has made a rallying call to Kenyans and all her followers to join the journey and push her to the finish line.
“Nobody says stop until I do! I’m urging all Kenyans to join me on this final stretch and help me get to 150 hours,” she concluded amidst cheers and celebration from her team.
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