Addison Osta Smith: 'Master Chef Junior' winner

For 10 year old chef Addison Osta Smith, competing in "Master Chef Junior" was a dream come true.. Until this moment in the season finale made it even better.

For the final challenge, Addison created an impressive, restaurant-quality three-course meal: an appetizer of Sake-Marinated Shrimp with Seaweed, Sea Bean, Sour Plum and Puffed Rice Salad; a Miso Black Cod with Bok Choy, Shiitake Mushrooms and Coconut Ginger Broth; and a Green Tea Panna Cotta with Cookie Crumbles and Brûléed Plums for dessert.

Season Four of MASTERCHEF JUNIOR came to an exciting conclusion as host/executive producer and judge Gordon Ramsay and fellow judges Graham Elliot and Christina Tosi named Addison Osta Smith, a nine-year-old from River Forest, IL, the winner of FOX’s hit cooking competition series.

In addition to earning the MASTERCHEF JUNIOR trophy, Addison walked away with a $100,000 grand prize. She also will set sail this November on the MASTERCHEF Cruise, where she will cook with other All-Stars, including previous MASTERCHEF winners Claudia Sandoval and Luca Manfe.



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