The committed chef had her eyes set on the incredible achievement of 240 hours, but following tenacious and unrelenting work, she ended her astonishing endeavor 13 hours ahead of schedule, thanks to the guidance of her loyal crew.
She cooked a pot of jollof rice as her last meal in the last hour, intending to serve it to the masses who had assembled to show solidarity at the Modern City Hotel in Tamale.
Her sous-chef, Malik Eric, assisted her on the 10-day endeavor, which began on New Year’s Day at midnight.
She prepared an incredible 195 meals as a result of her unshakeable dedication and perseverance throughout the marathon.
In addition to captivating the audience with her culinary skills, Chef Faila’s altruism was evident as she delivered hundreds of platters to underprivileged individuals.
Her attempt is 108 hours longer than that of Irish chef Alan Fisher, who cooked for an astounding 119 hours and 57 minutes.
Chef Faila has set a new record by being the first chef from Ghana to complete a record-breaking cooking marathon with this incredible accomplishment.
In addition, she is about to break the record for the most meals prepared and plates served, becoming the owner of a Guinness World Record.
She became upset as her attempt at cooking was greeted with acclaim and shouts, especially from her adored husband, Captain Reginald Agyei.
Chef Faila’s unwavering determination and love for her craft have not only delighted taste buds but also set a new standard for culinary skills.
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