July 26, 2010 - Oryana Releases New Cookbook
TRAVERSE CITY, MICH., JULY 26, 2010—Enjoy great healthy meals made easy with Oryana Natural Food Market’s recently released cookbook, “What’s for Dinner?”
Written, designed and edited by Oryana’s Education and Outreach team of Sandi McArthur, Joan D’Argo, Luise Bolleber and Nancy Schwalm, “What’s for Dinner” features many vegetarian meals that can feed a family of four for less than $15.
The cookbook features 80 popular “What’s for Dinner” recipes organized by the seasons, making it easy to select a light, easy-to-prepare meal for a hot summer evening. Ingredients are easy to find at Oryana, which carries a wide array of local and organic products.
Nancy Schwalm samples recipes three times each week (Monday 4-6 p.m.; Wednesday 12-2 p.m.; and Friday 12-2 p.m.) from the popular “What’s for Dinner” program. Customers can sample these tasty, easy-to-prepare dishes in-store and take the recipe—along with all of the ingredients—to make the meal at home.
The cookbook, which costs $9.99, can be purchased at Oryana location at 260 E. Tenth Street in Traverse City.
Founded in 1973, Oryana Natural Foods Market is the oldest food cooperative in northern Michigan and Michigan’s first Certified Organic Retailer. The co-op offers high quality food produced in ecologically sound ways at fair value to member-owners and the community at large. Local, Fair Trade and organic foods are emphasized. Today, Oryana generates $8 million sales annually from its 8,800-square-foot facility located in Traverse City.
To learn more about Oryana Natural Food Markets, visit www.oryana.coop, call (231) 947-0191 or e-mail email@example.com.