Chef smith cooks his last meal as after cooking for 35 days (video)

On February 1, 2024, Chef Ebenezer Smith embarked on a cooking marathon, taking over from Chef Faila in an attempt to break the Guinness World Record previously held by Ireland’s Chef Alan Fisher.

Originally planning to cook for 15 days, Chef Smith extended his cook-a-thon to 35 days, surpassing 820 hours of continuous cooking.

During the final moments of his attempt, Chef Smith and his sous chef were seen hand-in-hand as they prepared their last meal, with Chef Smith waving to the crowd gathered at the Amadia Shopping Center.

Despite both attempts from Ghana falling short of securing a Guinness World Record, fans remain hopeful that Chef Smith will eventually succeed.

The atmosphere at the shopping center was filled with excitement and anticipation as Chef Smith brought his cook-a-thon to a close. As he stirred the final dish, the onlookers cheered him on, showing their support for his efforts.

With the determination and dedication displayed by Chef Smith, there is a strong belief among his supporters that he will eventually break the deadlock and make Ghana proud on the world stage.

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