JANUARY 15 AT 5PM PT/8PM ET: HERB-ROASTED KING SALMON OVER CABBAGEJanuary 15 2021 | 5:00 PM - 6:00 PM
Around the world, people eat certain good luck foods on New Year's Day to symbolize good fortune in the year ahead. Who knew salmon and cabbage were two of those lucky foods! Let's celebrate the new year together and cook this good luck meal to bring in health and happiness.
- $75 per person
- 45-60 minute live Zoom demonstration with Chef Charlie Palmer plus Q&A.
- Includes a copy of Remington Camp Cooking and a featured wine pairing
- If this is a gift, please read the FAQ below
Featured Wine Pairing: 2018 Bloodroot Sonoma County Pinot Noir, $25
Order HERE and use promo code PALMER to receive shipping included on 4+ bottles of 2018 Bloodroot Sonoma County Pinot Noir. State shipping laws apply.
Virtual Holiday Cooking Class FAQ
What will be included in my Holiday Cooking Class order?
One ticket includes an access link to the Zoom online class, a digital copy of the featured recipe from Charlie Palmer’s Remington Camp Cooking, and a copy of Remington Camp Cooking. The class will last for about an hour and will be moderated by Liam Mayclem, and feature Chef Charlie Palmer, who will walk you through cooking the selected recipe. You will have the opportunity to participate and ask questions.
Your cookbook will be shipped to your address via USPS, approximately one week prior to the demo. All tickets will also receive a digital copy of the recipe a week prior so guests may purchase ingredients to cook along with Charlie. *Please note: if the ticket is purchased closer to the event date, the cookbook may not arrive in time for the live demo, but you will have a digital copy of the recipe to follow along.*
What if this is a gift?
If this is a gift, please complete your purchase and email us at firstname.lastname@example.org with the name under which the order was placed and let us know you ordered the Holiday Cooking Class as a gift. In the body of the email, please include the following details for your guest(s): First and last name, shipping address for the cookbook, email for recipe and Zoom details, as well as a phone number. Be sure to mention Holiday Cooking Classes in your subject line.
What are the basic format rules?
Everyone will be muted to eliminate background noise. Liam Mayclem will review questions and ask Charlie to comment throughout the class. Guests will be unmuted by Liam Mayclem as needed.
How many people are allowed to participate with the purchase of one ticket?
Each ticket is good for one "device" to log into the class (i.e. one computer, phone, tablet, etc. you'll be logging in from).
Am I able to ask questions?
Yes, you'll be able to ask questions throughout the demo using the chat function in Zoom. There will also be a Q&A at the end.
Do I have to show my video or speak during class?
Your video function will not be live to the group. However, we encourage you to speak when encouraged by the moderator.
When do I receive class details and the cookbook?
Our virtual cooking classes are hosted on Zoom. The Zoom password will be emailed 2-3 days before the class. Please ensure you download Zoom ahead of class so you don’t run into connection issues day of. *If you are not seeing these emails, please check your spam folder.
Will the class be recorded?
Yes! Ticketholders will receive the recording of the Zoom session after the live cooking demonstration.
What will I need for the class?
You’ll need a strong internet connection, a device in which to stream the Zoom, the ingredients featured in the recipe, and related kitchen appliances or tools. We recommend you arrive to class 5-10 minutes early to ensure you're able to set up your device and connection.
For any questions, please email email@example.com and be sure to mention Holiday Cooking Classes in your subject line.
Tickets are non-refundable.