Rewa’s Lata Tandon’s name recorded in Guinness Book

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Lata Tandon while cooking food for the longest time has registered her name in the Guinness Book

Ambuj Tripathi

Rewa, 30 October : Another name has been added by India in the Guinness Book of World Records. Chef Lata Tandon of Rewa has made this record by cooking food for 87.45 hours. She broke the record of Ricky Lumpkin of America, who cooked food for 68.30 hours.

Lata Tandon presented this challenge by cooking food continuously at Rewa’s Hotel Star from September 3 to 6. The report was sent to the Guinness Book of World Records to verify the records she had created. This was continuously verified and officially announced on Wednesday. Now Chef Lata Tandon has been chosen as one of the chefs of the world who has made a record by cooking food continuously for the longest time.

The Longest Cooking Marothon (Individual) was held in Rewa from 3 to 6 September. To verify this, the team of India Book of Records and Asia Book of Records came to Rewa. Certificates from both were given to Lata Tandon. After this, the video recording of the food made by Lata with three cameras continuously and the Jury Judges report verifying it was sent to the office of the Guinness Book of World Records.

After cooking food for four consecutive days, Lata Tandon used more than 11 quintals of rice, pulses, vegetables and other ingredients. In which pudding, rice, kadhi, lentils, rajma, chickpeas, porridge, a variety of vegetables, rice pudding, sabudana, sandwich, poha, bada pav, bread pakoras, sweet and many other dishes were made.

Apart from cooking food for a long time, Lata has also made a record of how many people have participated in it. In this, more than 30 thousand people were served as Prasad of Sai. Arrangements were made to distribute prasad to people 24 hours in a row while cooking food.