- Ugandan chef Mama D breaks Guinness World Record for Longest Cooking Marathon, surpassing Irish chef Alan Fisher’s previous record of nearly 120 hours.
- Mama D’s current cooking time is 124 hours, with plans to continue until the new year, aiming for a non-stop cooking duration of 9 days.
- Despite breaking the record, Mama D’s official status as the Longest Cooking Marathon record holder is pending certification from the Guinness World Record.
A chef from Uganda has become the third person to break the Guinness World Record for the Longest Cooking Marathon.
Ugandan chef Dorcus Mirembe, popularly known as Mama D, broke the record set by the Irish chef Alan Fisher in November.
The Irishman cooked for nearly 120 hours.
Mama D’s current cooking time is 124 hours and counting. Mama D is still cooking and plans to cook till the new year. If she succeeds, she will have cooked non-stop for nine days.
In May this year, Nigerian chef Hilda Baci, cooked for 93 hours and 11 minutes. Then Alan Fisher dethroned her to become the record holder in November.
Though Mama D, the Ugandan chef, has broken Fisher’s record, her status as the Longest Cooking Marathon record holder will not be official until she is certified by the Guinness World Record