About
Chef Saba Wahid Duffy has been working in the culinary industry for many years. Her career began in catering when she lived in NYC and has evolved incredibly since then. Saba even spent some time abroad working in Dubai as a TV host and culinary media personality building her brand and network internationally. (Check out Saba's website for more on her TV career and time abroad (sabawahid.com). Saba is a well known culinary educator, chef demonstrator, recipe writer, and food content creator. Her accolades in the industry are impressive with appearances on local TV plus features in magazine articles and blogs. During the summer of 2020 Saba was cast for a special episode of Chopped with Martha Stewart on Food Network. Nervous and excited about the opportunity, Saba was up against some of the best culinary talent in the country. Out of 16 competitors, Saba prevailed and won the grand prize of $50k plus the elite title of Chopped Grand Champion. Saba invested her winnings into this small food truck business which she runs with her sister Sara Wahid, who's second in command. The idea is to grow the concept into a brick and mortar restaurant someday and potentially expand to multiple locations.
About
Chef Saba Wahid Duffy has been working in the culinary industry for many years. Her career began in catering when she lived in NYC and has evolved incredibly since then. Saba even spent some time abroad working in Dubai as a TV host and culinary media personality building her brand and network internationally. (Check out Saba's website for more on her TV career and time abroad (sabawahid.com). Saba is a well known culinary educator, chef demonstrator, recipe writer, and food content creator. Her accolades in the industry are impressive with appearances on local TV plus features in magazine articles and blogs. During the summer of 2020 Saba was cast for a special episode of Chopped with Martha Stewart on Food Network. Nervous and excited about the opportunity, Saba was up against some of the best culinary talent in the country. Out of 16 competitors, Saba prevailed and won the grand prize of $50k plus the elite title of Chopped Grand Champion. Saba invested her winnings into this small food truck business which she runs with her sister Sara Wahid, who's second in command. The idea is to grow the concept into a brick and mortar restaurant someday and potentially expand to multiple locations.