Sadie Davis-Suskind was a contestant on “MasterChef Junior” and is now a food columnist at the Seattle Times. Courtesy SJCC

Sadie Davis-Suskind was a contestant on “MasterChef Junior” and is now a food columnist at the Seattle Times. Courtesy SJCC

‘MasterChef Junior’ contestant, Seattle Times columnist to give talk, cooking demonstration

The program, hosted over Zoom, is being put on by the SJCC.

Fourteen-year-old “MasterChef Junior” contestant and Seattle native Sadie Davis-Suskind will participate in a talk and cooking demonstration over Zoom July 23 at 7 p.m.

The program is part of the Stroum Jewish Community Center’s (SJCC) Zoom interview series.

During the talk, Davis-Suskind will discuss her experiences on “MasterChef Junior” and what draws her to French-style, organic cooking with a Jewish flair, according to the SJCC website.

Davis-Suskind will be accompanied by her mother, Rebecca, during the conversation.

For the subsequent cooking demonstration, Davis-Suskind will be making a Jewish comfort-food dish.

Born and raised in Seattle, Davis-Suskind has been cooking since she was a child. In 2019, she was chosen as one of 24 contestants to compete on Gordon Ramsay’s “MasterChef Junior” show. She made it to the semi-finals.

After her stint on the show, Davis-Suskind, who attends Jane Addams Middle School, became a food columnist for the Seattle Times.

Those interested are encouraged by the SJCC to register in advance.

For more on the event, go to the SJCC website.




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Sadie Davis-Suskind was a contestant on “MasterChef Junior” and is now a food columnist at the Seattle Times. Courtesy SJCC
‘MasterChef Junior’ contestant, Seattle Times columnist to give talk, cooking demonstration

The program, hosted over Zoom, is being put on by the SJCC.