Chef Failatu Abdul Razak of Ghana has finished her effort to break the Guinness World Record for the longest cooking marathon.

The incredible effort lasted 227 hours, which is comparable to nearly 9 days and 11 hours of continuous cooking.

Chef Faila began this cookathon trip at midnight on January 1st, 2024, in the Modern City Hotel in Tamale, to break Irish Chef Alan Fisher's previous record of 119 hours and 57 minutes.

Despite breaking the current record unofficially, Chef Faila's feat will be thoroughly reviewed by Guinness World Records before being officially confirmed.

Anyone who tries to break my cook-a-thon Guinness World Record will find it difficult - Chef Faila speaks (Video)

The anticipation surrounding Chef Faila’s accomplishment has reached a new level as Guinness World Records, through its official Twitter handle, has acknowledged and recognized her cookathon attempt.

The organization conveyed its commitment to a meticulous review process and expressed the need for Chef Faila to provide evidence to support her record-breaking feat in a now-viral tweet.

The revelation from Guinness World Records came to light after Ghanaian brand influencer and entertainment enthusiast, Olele Salvador, took to his social media timeline to congratulate Chef Faila for her remarkable achievement.

Chef Faila’s 227-hour cooking marathon has not only captured the attention of culinary enthusiasts but has also become a source of national pride.

Social media platforms are abuzz with congratulatory messages, celebrating the chef’s resilience, dedication, and exceptional culinary skills.