Irish chef Alan Fisher breaks the world record for the longest cooking marathon


Irish chef Alan Fisher breaks the world record for the longest cooking marathon

The internet was impressed with Mr. Fisher’s performance

Alan Fisher, who is based in Japan, has broken two cooking-related Guinness World Record titles. Mr. Fisher cooked non-stop for 119 hours and 57 minutes at her Irish-themed restaurant in Matsue, beating previous record holder Hilda Baci of Nigeria by more than 24 hours.

Mr. Fisher also broke the record for the longest baking marathon, surpassing the record set by Wendy Sandner of the United States, Guinness World Records said. Mr. Fisher baked for 47 hours and 21 minutes.

Mr. Fisher participated in both trials back to back. Guinness World Records said the chef worked in the kitchen for over 160 hours with just over a day of rest in between.

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“Records are made to be broken, but at least today I can hold both simultaneously. So many sleepless nights, early mornings, anxiety and financial stress to keep the business alive. Just go down and persevere. To beat these records are a fitting way to share our history and bring some awareness to the Irish connection here in Matsue,” said Mr. Fisher for Guinness World Records (GWR).

The internet was quite impressed with Mr. Fisher’s performance and shared their appreciation in the comments section. One user wrote: “This man got 2 records. The longest cooking marathon and the longest baking marathon…and he did it all in the same day. Did it 160 hours in the kitchen. Nahhh, he’s too good,” wrote one user.

“Is this a joke? We’re coming for Alan Fisher. Congrats to him,” another user commented.

“he won in the male category and Hilda Baci won in the female category. Congratulations to Alan Fisher,” wrote the third user.

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