Hilda Baci, the Nigerian chef, has announced plans to turn her cook-a-thon into a festival.
Baci was recently certified by Guinness World Record (GWR) as the record holder for the longest cooking marathon by an individual.
She achieved the feat after cooking for 93 hours and 11 minutes.
In an interview with TheCable Lifestyle, Baci said she wants the festival to be “something that happens in different countries”.
“So, in terms of now making it into something, I want to make the ‘cook-a-thon’ turn into more like a festival that happens in probably in different countries,” she said.
“That is something I am open to. I am now reaching out to these brands, and saying, ‘Oh, we have worked on this before’. Now, this is something that I am trying to do.”
She also said she does not have any plans at the moment to attempt another world record.
“To the best of my knowledge right now, I do not intend to attempt another record. At least, it is not something I am thinking about. It took a lot of thought and planning. It was a huge investment,” she said.
The chef also revealed that a documentary is in the works so people can see her “beautiful story”.
“We are working on a documentary as well. Because I feel like it was important that people must see all this,” she said.
“I feel like it is important that people actually see the process because it is honestly a very beautiful story. I think more people deserve to see it holistically, not just little clips on social media.”
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