Celebrate the holidays with PCC

PCC holiday turkey in a roasting pan

Celebrate the holidays with PCC

No matter how you celebrate, PCC has delicious dishes, deals, cooking classes and holiday meal ideas. Look for full details and member-only deals online here, but here’s some basic information for a bright season:

 

Holiday hours

All PCC stores will be closed Thanksgiving Day. Stores will be open from 6 a.m. to 7 p.m. on Dec. 24 and will be closed Christmas Day. On Dec. 31 all stores will be open from 6 a.m. until 10 p.m. except the Downtown PCC, which will close at 9 p.m. All stores will be open 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. on Jan. 1.

 

Timeless holiday tips and recipes

Check out these holiday ideas from the Sound Consumer archives.

  • Learn how to roast a turkey here, and find recommended temperatures for roasting meats and poultry here.
  • Trim costs for holiday meals with Kim O’Donnel’s tips (including recipes for a vegetarian main dish and homemade Parker House rolls) here.
  • Save time on holiday mornings with festive make-ahead breakfasts.
  • Make delicious DIY food gifts with recipes.
  • Looking for an alternative to holiday hams? With Mac’s Christmas gumbo, Nancy Leson makes any day a holiday, learn more here.
  • Prepare for a prosperous New Year with recipes using black-eyed peas.

 

PCC holiday cooking classes

  • Easy Holiday Pies and Tarts with Zola Gregory, sign up here.
  • Holiday Pierogies with Marianna Stepniewski, sign up here.
  • Gluten-free and vegan holiday cookies with Brandon Rouge, sign up here.
  • Plant-Based Holiday Entertaining with Michelle Babb, sign up here.
  • Holiday Afternoon Tea with Winnie Au, sign up here.
  • Buche De Noel 2-Day Workshop with Zola Gregory, sign up here.
  • View all classes here.

 

Holiday fundraiser

Support Growing for Good (see article here) by donating at the register from Nov. 15 to Jan. 2 or donate online anytime at Growing for Good – Neighborhood Farmers Markets with 100% of every donation made supporting the purchase of fresh food for local food banks.

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