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    Truist Cullinary - Healthy Cooking Demonstration at Greenville Technical College (one session)

    Monday, October 17, 2022 at 9:00 AM until 3:00 PM

    Healthy Cooking Demonstration
    Facilitated by Chef Bill Twaler

    DATE:                October 17, 2022

    TIME:                9:00 AM - 3:00 PM

    LOCATION:      Meet/Park at Boulevard Baptist Overflow Parking. We will leave promptly at 9:00 AM.

    COURSE FEE:  $40.00 (Covers course fee and transportation)

    Join friends, and Chef Bill Twaler for a morning of healthy cooking instruction, demonstration, and sampling in the Truist Culinary & Hospitality Innovation Center of Greenville College

    "Exciting foods that are healthy and fun to eat" is considered the new diabetic cuisine.  It is no longer about denying ourselves this or that.  It is about spectacular flavors and being able to eat good food. 

    Chef Bill will demonstrate ways to leverage our meals to make them enjoyable and tasty. The beauty of this menu is that of the 50 grams of net carbs per meal, this menu is <30 grams. He will teach us how to read food labels and make great substitutions. 

    An experienced restaurant chef and owner dedicated to educating the next generation of chefs, restauranteurs, and hoteliers, Twaler completed his MSE in Curriculum and Instruction at the University of Kansas and graduated Summa Cum Laude from Johnson and Wales University.

    Twaler was recently named a 2021 South Carolina Hospitality Educator award winner and a 2021 Upstate Hospitality Educator award winner by the South Carolina Restaurant and Lodging Association. He previously received the State Hospitality Educator award in 2016. Certified as an Executive Chef with the American Culinary Federation since 2011, Twaler was named 2016 National Educator of Excellence by the National Restaurant Association Education Foundation. He served as a chef for a James Beard House dinner in 2019 and coached the winning team in the South Central Region for a 2018 Chaîne des Rôtisseurs Jeune Commis Competition. He served as a safari chef in Zimbabwe in 1998 and was an apprentice with Culinary Team USA at the Culinary Olympics in 1996.

    Anderson University Professional and Lifelong Learning can provide confirmation of 2 PD contact hours for this course. Participants are responsible to confirm the possible translation to other professional certification units as is useful to them.  


    Thank you to the 2022 Gold Sponsor of Professional and Lifelong Learning,
    Cancer Association of Anderson. 

    “Lessening the burden on Anderson County residents battling cancer!”

    To participate in this learning event, simply complete the registration information below. We will reach back to you by phone or email to finalize event details and collect fees.


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