Celebrity chef and current sensation, Hilda Baci, has set the online community abuzz with excitement as she provides an enchanting glimpse into her lavish home.
Hailing from the beautiful Akwa Ibom state in Nigeria, Hilda captivated her fans during a cook-a-thon held at Amore Gardens in Lagos, with the ambitious goal of breaking a Guinness World Record.
In a delightful twist of fate, Hilda’s perseverance paid off as she successfully accomplished her mission, cooking for an astounding 100 hours, surpassing the previous record-holder, Lata Tondon.
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She loves to play Scrabble
With a touch of whimsy and excitement, Hilda demonstrated her unique ability to remotely open the door to her magnificent house, showcasing the seamless integration of modern technology into her daily life.
Stepping into her beloved kitchen, she lovingly described it as her favorite spot, the place where her culinary creations come to life and where she creates captivating visual content for her adoring fans.
Not one to be limited by her culinary prowess, Hilda disclosed her passion for literature, unveiling a cozy reading nook where she indulges in her love for books.
As the enchanting tour continued, the vivacious chef unveiled her deep appreciation for music, revealing the presence of speakers throughout her home, ensuring that melodious tunes permeate every corner.
Additionally, she shared her fondness for intellectual challenges, confessing her love for playing Scrabble.
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Fresh statement from Guinness World Records in response to Hilda Baci’s 100-Hour Cooking Marathon
Meanwhile, Guinness World Records, reviewing evidence for Hilda’s record endorsement, is poised to declare her as the new record holder.
Baci reportedly cooked over 55 recipes and more than 100 meals during the 100-hour cooking marathon, impressing officials and fans with her culinary skills and endurance.
The 27-year-old chef from Akwa Ibom State in Nigeria had aimed to break Tondon’s record and become the new holder of the title for the longest cooking marathon (individual).