Oryana Natural Foods Market
Oryana Natural Foods Market
260 East Tenth Street | Traverse City, MI 49684 | (231) 947-0191

Monday - Saturday 7:30am-9:00pm | Sunday 9:00am-7:00pm

Cooking Classes

Cooking Classes at Oryana

Oryana cooking classes are hands-on and fun. Whatever your level of expertise in the kitchen, you’ll always learn something new and exciting. We’ve earned a reputation for great instruction by offering culinary expertise from our talented chefs as well as a diversity of local chefs and culinary instructors. Our classes fill up quickly so sign up early! See below for registration information. Classes are open to everyone.

French Country Kitchen

Instructor: Andi Pellici
Thursday, February 23, 6 - 8:30

Be an armchair traveler this winter as you cook up a French storm with Chef Andi Pellici. She will delve into a few traditional favorites and create a wholesome, hearty winter meal of caramelized onion & mushroom tartlet, beef bourguignon, potatoes dauphinoise, and chocolate pot de creme. If you are a francophile or foodie, this is the class for you. Come hungry!

Essentials of Chinese

Thursday, March 23, 6 - 8:30
Instructor: Andi Pellici

Chinese take-out is convenient but making some quintissential Chinese dishes at home is easy, plus you can control the ingredients. Join Chef Andi Pellici as she leads you in preparing pork and ginger potstickers, pickled cucumber salad,
sweet & sour chicken, and stir fried rice. These made-from-scratch favorites are even better than take-out, guaranteed!

Class information:

Location: Classes take place at the Grace Episcopal Church located at 341 Washington Street in Traverse City.

Parking: Park in the parking lot behind the church accessible via the alley and go directly to kitchen on the right side of the building.

Class size: Cooking classes are limited to 10 people. A minimum of 6 people is needed to hold each class.

Cost: $35/owners, $40/non-owners

Register for classes at the Oryana Customer Service desk. Or call 231-947-0191.

What to wear: For hands-on cooking classes, please wear comfortable clothes, closed toe shoes, and tie your hair back.

What to bring: For hands-on cooking classes, please bring a hat to wear. Aprons and knives will be provided but you may bring your own. You may also bring food containers in case there are leftovers.

Cancellation Policy: No refunds or credits will be given for a cancellation made less than 24 hours before the class. Oryana will refund your payment, in full, for cancellations made up to 24 hours before the class.

Children: Children 12 and older may register for a class if accompanied by a parent or guardian. (Both child and parent will need to pay for the class.) Please do not bring your young children to a class.

About Our Instructors

Andi Pellici graduated from NMC’s Great Lakes Culinary Institute and started her own personal chef business, As You Dish. In additional to personal chef work, she also has a line of seasoning blends and specialty brittles. She recently launched a new healthy meal subscription service called Fab Fresh Foods.




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Breads at Oryana

Delivered Daily

Bay Bread
Old Mission Multigrain
Stone House Bread
Pleasanton Bakery

Oryana's Own:
Pretzel Bread
Quick Breads
GF Sandwich Bread
GF Vegan Flaxseed Bread