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Chef Smith Hits 700 Hours in Ongoing 1200-Hour Cook-a-thon

Ghanaian Chef Aims for 1200 Hours in Guinness World Record Bid

by Ikeoluwa Juliana Ogungbangbe
Chef Smith Cook-a-Thon

In a remarkable demonstration of culinary endurance and skill, Chef Ebenezer Smith, affectionately known as Millennium Chef Smith, has embarked on a record-setting journey in Ghana, captivating the hearts and imaginations of people nationwide. Supported by GBfoods Ghana, Chef Smith is determined to shatter the Guinness World Record for the longest cooking marathon, a title that symbolizes not just personal achievement but the vibrant spirit and potential of Ghanaian culinary talent​​.

Chef Smith’s cook-a-thon, which began on February 1, 2024, at the Amadia Shopping Centre in Spintex, has already surpassed 600 hours of continuous cooking, with the chef showing no signs of slowing down. His ambitious target? A staggering 1200 hours of cooking, spread over 50 days, aiming to conclude on March 6, 2024. This endeavor is not just about breaking records; it’s a celebration of resilience, determination, and the rich culinary heritage of Ghana​​.

The event has turned into a cultural phenomenon, drawing support from across the nation, including visits and encouragement from beloved Ghanaian celebrities like Nana Ama McBrown, Clemento Suarez, Kwaku Manu, and SDK. These stars, along with throngs of supporters, have visited the cook-a-thon venue to cheer on Chef Smith, emphasizing the communal spirit and the collective pride in Ghanaian achievement​​​​.

Chef Smith’s quest is more than a personal challenge; it’s a showcase of Ghana’s culinary prowess on the world stage. Through his unwavering commitment and the flavorful dishes he prepares, Chef Smith is narrating a story of Ghanaian excellence, one meal at a time. This culinary marathon transcends the pursuit of a record, it is an emblem of the limitless potential within the Ghanaian culinary scene. Chef Smith’s journey is a beacon of inspiration, encouraging others to pursue their dreams with the same fervor and dedication. As the countdown to March 6 continues, all eyes remain fixed on Chef Smith, whose stove remains alight, fueling not just his record attempt but the dreams of aspiring chefs and culinary enthusiasts across Ghana and beyond.

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