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Irish chef breaks Hilda Baci’s Guinness World Record

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Just five months following Nigerian chef
Hilda Baci’s achievement in breaking the Guinness World Record
for the longest cooking marathon as an individual, Irish chef Alan Fisher has also made history by surpassing the record.

Announcing this via social media, the Guinness World Record said that Alan Fisher, a renowned chef and restaurant owner in Japan, achieved the remarkable feat by breaking two cooking-related Guinness World Records titles.

Fisher’s first record-breaking feat was achieving the title for the ‘longest cooking marathon (individual)’, during which he cooked continuously for 119 hours and 57 minutes.

The achievement surpassed the previous record holder, Nigerian chef Hilda Baci, making Fisher the new titleholder.

Following the culinary marathon, Alan Fisher went on to set another Guinness World Record for the ‘longest baking marathon (individual)’.

He achieved the feat by dedicating an impressive 47 hours and 21 minutes to continuous baking.

The previous record holder for this title was Wendy Sandner from the USA, with a record time of 31 hours and 16 minutes.

What makes Alan Fisher’s accomplishments even more impressive is the fact that he undertook both record attempts consecutively, working for over 160 hours in the kitchen, with just over a day of rest in between the two remarkable achievements.

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