Hilda Baci, a 27-year-old chef and World Record breaker, describes cooking as a chosen career by God. Baci said this on Tuesday during the interview on Channels Television’s Sunrise Daily.
Baci broke the record for Longest Cooking Marathon (Individual) on Monday, after clocking 100 hours in the kitchen.
Lata Tondon, an Indian chef, presently holds the world record for the longest cooking time at 87 hours and 45 minutes. Cooking, according to the culinary guru, is something she has always wanted to do.
“So, even when I was a TV presenter — and that’s not to say I’m no longer a [TV] host because I’m still very capable of doing those things, but I chose to apply myself more here because I needed to focus on this aspect of my life and the business aspect, to basically build a system,” she explained.
“Even when I was on television, I hosted a cooking show and a cooking segment on a breakfast show.” So, somehow, even in the other aspects of my career, cooking still shines the brightest, and I would say it’s what God wants me to do,” she said.
Speaking about how she started her cooking business, MyFood by Hilda, the Akwa Ibom native said her experience confirmed her idea that she had discovered her calling.
“The response to my business was incredible from the moment I started it.” The response to my work has been incredible, which just shows that this is what I’m meant to do and that I like doing it. “It doesn’t feel like work most of the time,” Baci said.
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