VIDEO: No on can embark on cook-a-thon Guinness World Record after I am done – Chef Faila reveals

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In the pursuit of culinary excellence and a place in the prestigious Guinness World Records, Chef Faila has embarked on a remarkable journey to surpass Alan Fisher’s legendary 119 hours and 57 minutes cookathon record.

Even before commencing her marathon cooking venture, Chef Faila radiated optimism and determination, expressing her belief that she was destined not only to break but to shatter the existing record. She promised to make Ghanaians proud in the process.

A recently surfaced interview with Chef Faila beautifully captures the essence of her passion and determination. In the video, she spoke fervently about her commitment to setting a new cookathon record, surpassing the initially planned 120 hours.

Her words resonated with unwavering confidence and a desire to push her limits for the sake of culinary glory. “I’m not just going to break the record; I’m going to cook for more than the 120 hours I had initially planned. I want to make it so hard for anyone to break my record,” declared Chef Faila in the interview.

According to Chef Faila, her primary motivation stems from a deep desire to make her fellow Ghanaians proud. She expressed a sense of responsibility to represent her country on the global stage of culinary achievements.

By setting a new cookathon record, she aims to showcase the culinary prowess and dedication that Ghanaians bring to the table. One of the standout statements from Chef Faila during the interview is her commitment to cooking for “unimaginable long hours.”

This declaration sets the stage for a cookathon that transcends conventional limits, challenging not only her endurance but also the expectations of the culinary world. Chef Faila’s determination to make it incredibly challenging for others to break her record hints at a relentless pursuit of excellence.

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