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Sockeye Salmon Slaying for Beginners

Learn the art of whole fish filleting at this blade wielding workshop for beginners!

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Sockeye Salmon Slaying for Beginners

Time & Location

Aug 31, 6:30 p.m. – 8:30 p.m.

Gibsons, 1058 Gibsons Way #203, Gibsons, BC V0N 1V7, Canada

About the event

Join us for the final Trish Talks Fish skills workshop of the summer!

First time at the cutting table? No Problem, we've got you!

This 2-hour class will teach you the knowledge and skills to fillet a whole fresh salmon like a dockside pro.

Best part? You get to take home a whole side of your own fresh filleted wild BC sockeye to feed your fam and friends (or keep for yourself, we’re not judging 😉)

Get ready to roll up your sleeves (literally) and dive in!

WHAT YOU GET:

SHOP TALK

  • When to catch the best in-season sales
  • How much $$ you’ll save buying whole
  • Real talk on Fresh vs. Frozen

SKILLS

  • Setup and cleanliness
  • Knife handling and safety
  • Basic fish anatomy
  • Step by step breakdown demo of a salmon
  • Filleting, Portioning and Storing your fish
  • What to do with the ‘waste’ (pro tip: none of it is waste)

PRACTICE

  • In pairs, you’ll each fillet one side of a whole wild BC salmon
  • Trim and split the extras evenly to use for future dishes at home
  • Portion and package your side of the fish, or keep it as a full side
  • Everyone takes home a full side of the salmon they fillited + extras (VALUE approx. $50.00)

WHAT YOU NEED

  • Clean hands
  • A little courage (you’ve got this!!!)

$80 / Person

Ticket includes use of knives and tools, fish and take home bags/containers.

Notes:

This is a fish/seafood workshop. If you have a seafood allergy it is not recommended to attend.

This is a seated workshop during lesson and standing during practice.

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