Claire Saffitz has announced that she is married, so fans can finally stop guessing.
Claire Saffitz, a well-known pastry chef and YouTube celebrity, has kept her love life a secret for a long time. But the details had to come out at some point, and they did. In one of her Gourmet Makes videos on YouTube, fans noticed the culinary blogger wearing an engagement band.
The ‘ring’ incident prompted internet users to imagine that the chef had finally found love. Soon after, the Missouri native not only confirmed her engagement but also revealed her marital status.
Harris Mayer-Selinger is Saffitz’s husband.
In the year 2020, the chef married her well-known baker husband Harris Mayer-Selinger. The wedding was kept quiet until September 8, 2020, when Saffitz revealed it in one of her Instagram posts.
After taking a sabbatical from her position as a contributing editor at Bon Appetit magazine, she described how she had invested her time in relationships in her essay.
She also announced that she got married in the end!
In the year 2019, the two became engaged. However, it is unknown when they began dating. Since the summer of 2018, they’ve been sharing an Upper West Side apartment in New York City.
On Grub Street, Saffitz wrote,
Harris Mayer-Selinger, her husband, is the chef-owner of Creamline.
Harris Mayer-Selinger, Saffitz’s spouse, is the chef-owner of Creamline, a restaurant affiliated with the Ronnybrook Farm dairy company. According to his LinkedIn profile, the chef opened the restaurant in the Greater New York City Area in October 2015.
He is also the president and founder of Hospitality Made Simple, a restaurant and hospitality management consulting organization.
The New Yorker graduated from the Culinary Institute of America in 2007. He worked as the chef de cuisine and sous chef at Five Points Restaurant and Hundred Acres after graduating.
Saffitz’s Quick Bio: Her Education and Age
Saffitz, the pastry chef, was born on September 16, 1986, in St. Louis, Missouri, USA. She was a studious and intellectually ambitious child growing up, eventually enrolling at Harvard.
She was interested in a variety of activities after graduating from college, including writing, cooking, and an internship at the 9/11 Museum. Nothing, however, brought her as much joy as cooking meals.
She enrolled in culinary school as a result and graduated from McGill University in 2013. Later, she worked as a contributing editor at Bon Appétit and as a chef [who also writes].
Dessert Person, a New York Times Best Seller cookbook, was written by the exceptional chef (2020).
The Bon Appétit Scandal
Following a breakdown in negotiations with CNE for equitable remuneration, Bon Appétit chefs Priya Krishna, Sohla El-Waylly, and Rick Martinez announced their departure from the test kitchen on August 6.
Saffitz announced her departure from Bon Appetit in October 2020, in solidarity with her coworkers.
Priya Krishna used Twitter to give fans a behind-the-scenes look at what’s going on at BA.
Other chefs, such as Molly Baz and Gaby Melian, have also decided not to feature in any videos. Baz used her Instagram account to explain her decision.
BA’s Editor-in-Chief, Adam Rapaport, and his assistant, Ryan Walker-Hartshorn, have both departed the magazine in the wake of the claims and the devastating outcry from fans.