Indian chef creates world record, cooks continuously for 53 hours
An Indian chef has created a new world record after cooking for 53 hours continuously - the longest stretch of cooking yet. 45-year-old Vishnu Manohar prepared 750 dishes during his marathon cooking from 8 am on Friday, April 21 to 5 pm on Sunday. Manohar broke the previous Guinness World Record of 40 hours set by Benjamin Perry of Rhode Island, USA, created in March 2014. The chef from Nagpur said he was preparing for this record from the past two years and that he was happy that he was able to do it. He used eight stoves at a time and was assisted by 15 people to prepare the material for the recipes.