Comeback. Accomplished. After an intense three-week journey upon Comeback Kitchen, a single previously ousted Food Network Star finalist claimed a crown tonight as good as secured a mark in a cast of Food Network Star, Season 12. With which desired event in hand, this person is set to begin yet an additional journey, this time to intensity Stardom. We're about to chat with a winner, so if we haven't watched a episode, do not review any further yet."The preference we have to make here," Comeback Kitchen coach Tyler Florence pronounced during a perfection deliberation, "is not who's starting to next Food Network Star though who could win it all." Ultimately Martita, a former finalist upon Season 8, was a perfection of a mentors' search, as she rose to a tip to beat out runner-up Dom Tesoriero from Season 11. She showcased clever food as good as a dynamic appetite upon camera, as good as right away she's ready for a challenges which distortion ahead upon Food Network Star.Read upon next to listen to from Martita as she reflects upon this competition as good as looks ahead to what's next upon Season 12.What was your reaction to hearing which you'd won Comeback Kitchen? Martita Jara: we told everybody upon day a single when we arrived upon Comeback Kitchen. we told wardrobe, we told makeup, we told a producers, we told a receptive to advice people, we told everyone. we was, like, Hey, theory what. Theyre like, What? we said, Im starting to win. Theyre like, "Oh, honey, how sweet." And theyre requesting my blush, "Oh, yeah, youre so cute." And each day we would discuss it them, "Im starting to win, Im starting to win." we usually unequivocally believed we was starting to win. we knew everybody was unequivocally good we know they have been though no matter how good they are, Im regularly starting to be a little bit better, since we feel similar to we worked which most harder.What was a best piece of feedback which Tyler as good as Valerie gave we which you'll be bringing with we into Food Network Star? MJ: Ill discuss it we what a biggest thing was which Tyler pronounced to me. He said, Martita, a world will know your name. And when he pronounced which to me we was similar to [sigh]. Ill discuss it you, it hasnt been easy these last few years. we mean, literally Ive usually been scrounging, sometimes scrounging up usually a few bucks here as good as there to pay for a flight to go do a gig. Theyre not paying me to show up; we have to pay, though we knew somehow it was starting to pay off. we had to learn these skills, we had to improve, we had to get better. And when Tyler pronounced which to me, we was like, it was all value it. It was all value it.What was your biggest doctrine learned from Comeback Kitchen? MJ: My biggest lesson, we think, is no matter how good we are, we can regularly be better, as good as so we desired which after each plea we was given notes upon how to improve, as good as a some-more we know, a some-more we know we dont know. ... So no matter how good we are, we can regularly be better. Theres regularly room for improvement, as good as Im usually trying to be improved each time.What was your biggest takeaway from your first Star season? MJ: My biggest takeaway was which we needed to do some-more work which we wasnt ready, as good as we needed to do some-more work. And thats exactly what we did.How do we think your cooking as good as presentation abilities have altered given then? MJ: Im usually some-more secure in my cooking. ... Giada regularly [loved] my food Bobby, hed go check upon his team, as good as afterwards hed come over as good as representation my food always, since hes unequivocally into those spicy flavors. And afterwards doing Comeback Kitchen was usually such validation for me which not usually my food was good, since Tyler as good as Valerie couldnt stop eating it, though which work had paid off, which we had paid my dues as good as we was seeing a results, as good as they saw a results. They were like, "Girl, youre ready." You know, Tyler each right away as good as afterwards would say, You know, we did this unequivocally good, though we usually need we to work upon this little thing. Listen. Thats what we regularly discuss it people: Listen to their notes, take it in, since theyre a experts. ... Theyre a professionals. So we usually listen as good as we put it to use; we put it to work.What did we think of a level of competition among your rivals upon Comeback Kitchen? MJ: we thought they were all really good. Obviously theyre all veterans, as good as theyve all a single after another to do this sort of work given their season wrapped, so theyve been training as well, though no one, from what we could see, no a single had finished as most on-camera work as we have. Were all similarly good chefs, though if we cant do it in front of a camera as good as we cant sell it to a people at home thats a whole point of this job, right?Tune in to Food Network Star upon Sundays at 9|8c.