Peak Season: Fresh Salmon and Spring Vegetables (VIRTUAL with Food Pick-up)

Cost: $49

Want to learn how to cook from the comfort and familiarity of your own kitchen? Celebrate the spring and summer as you join Certified Executive Chef Bill Twaler LIVE in this virtual class held via Zoom. Sign up to learn how to prepare restaurant-quality dishes on your own as Chef Twaler guides you through every step of the process.

The course starts with oven-roasting a beautiful salmon filet on a cedar plank and pairing it with a mouthwatering savory sauce. Learn the techniques for highlighting incredible spring produce in a light but flavorful stir fry of fresh vegetables. To finish this hands-on virtual course, you’ll create an elegant and delicious fresh fruit salsa to accompany a pillowy lemon panna cotta for dessert.

Cedar-plank salmon
Spring vegetable stir fry
Lemon panna cotta with fresh fruit salsa

For this VIRTUAL hands-on course, you can learn how to cook from the comfort of your home kitchen! This course includes real-time personalized instruction for a small group of students via Zoom.

This course also includes an optional food box pick-up! Select the appropriate “Optional Fee” during check-out, and plan to pick up your food box in person at CHI in West Greenville on the day before class. You will receive a notification via email when your food box is ready for pickup.

  • A shopping list will be available two weeks before class begins. After you register, you’ll receive an email with details on what to buy to cook along during class, plus a link to the virtual class (via Zoom).
  • An informational packet with full recipes, tips and techniques covered during your virtual class will also be emailed to you before class begins.
  • Because this course takes place online, you’ll need a strong internet connection and a mobile device with a webcam (laptop, phone or tablet) in order to participate.
  • For the latest on weather-related delays and cancelations, visit Greenville Technical College’s policies on inclement weather.


  • Facemasks covering nose and mouth are required for all college visitors, students and employees.
  • Please do not bring extra guests.
  • When you arrive, proceed to the restrooms to wash your hands properly for 30 seconds. Hand sanitizer is throughout the building, however, washing hands is the best way to remove and kill pathogens.
  • For updated information, please check reopening plans and guidelines to the college’s response to COVID-19.

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