Chopped winner Saba Wahid Duffy now runs Mediterranean food stuff truck

FRAMINGHAM — Two several years just after successful the $50,000 grand prize in a edition of the “Chopped” cooking reality Tv display that featured Martha Stewart, Framingham’s Saba Wahid Duffy however has a lot on her plate.

Considering that winning “Chopped: Martha Guidelines” in 2021, Duffy has applied her prize dollars to open up a new meals truck, Kush Modern Mediterranean. Duffy explained she normally preferred to open up a cafe, but immediately after having a younger boy or girl and staying pregnant with a further correct just before “Chopped” aired, “I couldn’t visualize launching a whole-service restaurant with all of these other tasks.”

Kush Mediterranean Kitchen area is a mix of Duffy’s Pakistani roots and her time dwelling in the Middle East.

Framingham resident Saba Wahid Duffy, right, has used her $50,000 grand prize winnings from "Chopped: Martha Rules" to launch a food truck with her sister, Sara Wahid. Kush Modern Mediterranean offers is a mix of food from Duffy's Pakistani roots and her time living in the Middle East.

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“I had the fundamentals and understanding and flavor profiles of South Asian cuisine, but I in no way was superior at building classic South Asian foodstuff,” she reported. Simply because of this, and with her like for Mediterranean cuisine, Duffy made some thing original at her foodstuff truck.