A roast chicken not only sets the stage for a wonderful meal but also provides the backdrop for a multitude of dishes that can be made using leftovers.
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PCC Taste, March 2011
March brings the promise of new growth, warmer days and if we’re lucky, maybe even a little sunshine. It’s time to start thinking about walks in the park, what you’ll grow in your garden this year, and opening your windows to let in a little fresh breeze.
Alley-oops, buzzer beaters, three-point plays — March Madness brings with it plenty of excitement and the perfect opportunity to enjoy your favorite snacks, as we watch the best college basketball teams battle it out.
The variations on milk alternatives are endless, and they’re not just for the dairy intolerant. With great flavor, milk alternatives can be a delicious choice, plus half the calories of regular milk.
Our PCC Organic Chicken is raised just a short drive from our stores on farms nestled throughout the Skagit Valley by Draper Valley Farms, based in Mt. Vernon, Wash.
There’s no denying that cabbage isn’t the most popular kid in the cruciferous class. But this vegetable packs a lot of nutritional punch and can be prepared in a variety of delicious ways.
A sampling of the thousands of all-natural items you’ll find at your neighborhood PCC. Rid your body of toxins, make way for mangoes, and have a taste of kombucha.
Our feet take us so many places. Say thanks this spring with a little TLC from PCC, home to body
care products free of parabens, petrochemicals and other ingredients on the no-no list of the Natural Products Association.
Cheese from the Emerald Isle, Pacific Natural Foods Thai Sweet Potato Soup and Rapunzel Organic Chocolate Hazelnut Butter
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