Mother of All

 
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Mother of All's new food truck.

Mother of All's new food truck.

From left to right, Chefs Kaltum, Haymar, Michaela, Najati and Mayada at International Rescue Committee-SLC Breaking Bread 2017 benefit celebration after serving over 250 appetizers, entrees and desserts. All chefs are entrepreneurs of Spice Kitchen Incubator. Photo: Brent Uberty/BW Productions

From left to right, Chefs Kaltum, Haymar, Michaela, Najati and Mayada at International Rescue Committee-SLC Breaking Bread 2017 benefit celebration after serving over 250 appetizers, entrees and desserts. All chefs are entrepreneurs of Spice Kitchen Incubator.
Photo: Brent Uberty/BW Productions

Chef Kaltum

Cuisine: Sudanese

Chef Kaltum moved to Utah from Sudan in 2013. She learned to love cooking as a child by helping her mother in the kitchen. Her full name, Um-Kaltum, means “Mother of Kaltum” which is part of what lead to her business name "Mother of All." Kaltum wants to share her culinary traditions with all of Utah and is excited to expand her business!

Upon arriving in Utah, Kaltum quickly realized her passion for entrepreneurship & cooking and embarked on her pursuit of opening a business. She joined forces with Spice Kitchen in October of 2014. She purchased a food truck in October, 2016. After renovating the truck she opened for business in mid-2017. You can find the Mother of All food truck around town including at The Black Diamond Store and The Front Climbing Club in Salt Lake City.

The cuisine, with her unique spices and beautiful presentation, is reminiscent of Sudan. Kaltum’s Sudanese specialties include gima (a crispy potato dish of peas, beef, and Sudanese spices), sambusa (a triangular pastry filled with vegetables and spices), falafel (a deep-fried doughnut made of chickpea flour), and basbusa (a sweet, syrupy semolina cake). Her typical menu consists of sambusa, falafel, rice, chicken and vegetables.

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