Oryana cooking classes are fun, informative, and full of great food! Whatever your level of expertise, you’ll always learn something new and exciting. We’ve earned a reputation for offering great instruction from our talented culinary experts and a diverse group of local chefs. Our classes fill up quickly so sign up early! Keep scrolling for more information.
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Cancellation Policy – In-person classes are refundable if you give us 2 business days notice before the class. Please contact us if you need to make a change to your registration. Online classes are non-refundable but you will receive a recording of the class.
Class Waiting List – If the class you want to take is full, email us to have your name added to a waiting list. People often end up dropping out so it’s worth it to get your name on the wait list.
Do I need to bring anything to the class?
For hands-on cooking classes, you may bring your own apron (although we provide aprons), wear closed-toe shoes, and tie long hair back. For your comfort, you may wish to dress in layers; classroom temperatures fluctuate when ovens and stoves are in use.
Do we get to eat the food in cooking classes?
Yes, you will eat what you make in the class and if there are leftovers, you may take them home. (We will provide containers.)
Can I show up to a class if I have not registered?
We don’t recommend this as most classes are full and we cannot accommodate extra participants.
Can I bring my child to a class?
We prefer you not bring children to a cooking class as we will be using sharp knives and using a stove and oven, which may be a safety hazard for them.
Can I sign my child up for a class?
Teens 15 and older and may register for classes. Anyone younger than 15 must be accompanied by a parent or guardian.