In a culinary saga that has captured the attention of food enthusiasts worldwide, Nigerian Chef Beauty Obasuyi, currently based in Canada, has not only surpassed but redefined the recent cooking record set by Ghanaian Chef Failatu.
Originally slated for an eight-day duration, Chef Beauty has embarked on an extraordinary culinary journey, extending her cooking marathon by an additional 10 days, with a goal of achieving an unprecedented 18 consecutive days of non-stop cooking, totaling a staggering 432 hours.
Chef Beauty, expressing gratitude for the overwhelming support received, shared the exciting news on Instagram: “We are almost done with our 8-day Cooking marathon. Having cooked over 215 meals with 2483 people fed and counting. The support has been overwhelming, and in light of that, my team and I are excited to announce that we will be extending the marathon by an extra 10 days.”
This culinary spectacle follows closely behind Ghanaian Chef Faila Razak’s notable 227-hour cooking marathon. While Chef Failatu awaits official validation from Guinness World Record authorities, Chef Beauty Obasuyi’s extended cook-a-thon marks a new chapter in epic cooking challenges, showcasing resilience, creativity, and an unyielding passion for the culinary arts.