First, Hilda Baci has sparked a lively debate. In a recent podcast, she brazenly declared that Nigerian Jollof rice tastes better than other varieties, including Ghanaian Jollof.
This assertion is based on her participation in a cooking competition against a Ghanaian chef and her knowledge of the Ghanaian Jollof recipe.
Baci’s statements aroused outrage, particularly among Ghanaians, who saw it as a sly jab at their national cuisine.
Hilda Baci had won the challenge, and she remembered tasting the Ghanaian jollof, but it was flavorless, and she was certain that was her competitor’s best try at the dinner.
The cook claims she has seen their recipes for the various types of jollof throughout the country, and they are at best basic.
On the other hand, Hilda praises Nigerian jollof claiming Nigerians do not play with flavor building.
Watch her speak:
In another interesting development, Alan Fisher, a Japanese chef, has broken the Guinness World Record for the longest cooking marathon.
Fisher, dubbed “the island man,” cooked for 119 hours and 57 minutes, breaking the previous record of Nigerian chef Hilda Baci by more than 24 hours.
Fisher not only established a new culinary record, but he also smashed the record for the longest baking marathon, clocking in at 47 hours and 21 minutes.
These accomplishments were accomplished back-to-back with little respite in between, demonstrating Fisher’s exceptional endurance and passion for cooking.
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