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PCC Taste, April 2011
Thick or thin, asparagus’ succulent spears lend themselves to a range of springtime dishes. You can enjoy these tender stalks steamed, stir-fried, grilled, roasted and in soups or atop pasta.
Dainty and light as a feather are the herbs of springtime, those first tender tendrils that lend our cooking the unmistakable flavor and fragrance of freshness and green.
This makes an easy meal using whatever leftover grated cheese, vegetables, meat or seafood you have on hand — most any combination will work.
Tiptoe through the tulips, go egg hunting, create a memorable spring brunch and more.
Tackle seasonal allergies with natural remedies that won’t leave you foggy and tired.
Rhubarb is a cheerful harbinger of spring, its sturdy stalks a head-turning, vivid first flash of ruby red before local strawberries arrive to grace our tables.
It’s spring and that means time to get out the grill! These juicy little burgers are such a great way to start the celebration.
Hear Leika discuss eating tips for active people — including natural sources of potassium.
Achieving peak athletic performance calls for conscious eating. Cynthia Lair spoke with us about one aspect of priming the body for activity: Knowing what to eat when.
Using old spices in your pantry and other items you may have lying around your kitchen, you can make natural egg dyes that are free of artificial ingredients and chemicals.
You’ll find wild Alaskan halibut in the seafood department, spring-inspired dishes in the PCC Deli, and delicious green drinks in the grocery aisles.
Ciao Bella Gelato Squares, organic plant starts from Rent’s Due Ranch and Nacho Mom’s Vegan Queso
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