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.