Twenty things to know about Hilda Baci and her marathon cooking Guinness World Record



1. Hilda Bassey Effiong is her true name. She is a young cook from Akwa Ibom State in Nigeria. She owes money to the “My Food by Hilda” food company in Lagos.


2. She’ll be cooking nonstop for four days.


3. She is not allowed to sit down while cooking; she must stand.


4. She is not permitted to consume caffeine, stimulants, or any type of energy beverage while cooking to artificially increase her energy and physical strength.


5. She is permitted to consume food, water, or fruit juice, as well as glucose.


6. The cooking is happening in Lekki, Lagos State, Nigeria’s Amore Gardens.


7. She doesn’t sleep and prepares nonstop (morning, afternoon,evening, night, and dawn. She won’t sleep, then, for four nights.


8. She is only permitted to take 5 minutes of rest every hour, which translates to a 12-hour respite as 5 minutes of relaxation for every hour.


Various sources assert

Every six hours, she has a 30-minute break, which she spends in a nearby medical van where she can rest, use the restroom, and receive a physical examination from the on-site medical staff.


9. She shares whatever she cooks for FREE with everyone present. The meal is not being sold by her.


10. She prepares many meals at once. She is free to prepare any meal, She enjoys. There are no limitations on what she can or cannot prepare.


Not what is cooked, but how quickly it is done that is the subject of the World Record. She is on track as long as she is preparing meals.

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11. Each meal prepared and each plate served is documented.


By the time you read this, she will have prepared over 115 meals with at least 3,000 servings.


12. She began the cooking on Thursday and is anticipated to finish by the evening of Monday, May 15, 2023.


13. An Indian chef named Lata Tandon now holds the record Hilda is attempting to break after she set a Guinness World Record by cooking for 87 hours and 45 minutes. continuously in 2019.


14. Hilda Baci is hoping to break the record by cooking for 96 hours, using an additional 9 hours to become the first person to spend that much time cooking in one marathon.


15. She gave the culinary effort the hashtag “Cook-a-thon,” which is a play on the term “marathon.”


16. She seems fatigued already, but many around her are encouraging her to keep going to keep her spirits up. And even at night, they are available to cook alongside her, 24 hours a day.


17. Her supporters contributed the majority of the food supplies, materials, utensils, etc. she used for her project. Therefore, Hilda or her food brand did not provide all of the funding for this initiative.


18. Uber, One of her partners is providing a 40% off ride to the event for anyone who wants to attend and support her there.


19. Hilda’s mother is a cook as well. She owes the food company “Calabar Pot” money.


20. The woman is 27 years old.





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