Culminating in August, the local summer harvest offers a lush bounty full of fresh flavors and colors.
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PCC Taste, August 2011
Heirlooms are the nonconformists of the tomato world, their size, shape, even color defying the traditional mold of their shiny tomato brethren.
Lazy summer afternoons are an ideal time to experiment on the grill or at your stovetop with different cuts of beef.
Discover three easy ways to infuse your next ear with the fragrant and satisfying flavors of Thai cuisine.
Seasonal veggie dishes based on various world cuisines from the PCC Deli; sustainable, plant-based picnicware; chip options made with beans, cassava root and popcorn.
Is there a recommended amount of sugar not to exceed daily? Does it matter what type of sugar I eat?
This is quick to make and easily portable for picnics.
À la mode
Vanilla ice cream is the sweet tradition, but other tempting, dynamic duos abound.
Keep it going strong with products at PCC that will help relieve sore muscles, bring comfort to sunburned skin and help overall with relaxation and recovery.
Hot topics from our social media pages, including sustainable seafood, backyard foraging and finding our stores on Facebook.
August is all about squeezing the last bits of fun from summer: a last dip in the lake, a last camping trip, a last lazy day at the park.
August’s picks hail from Julie’s Organic Ice Cream, Mamma Chia and The Better Bean Co.
PCC Natural Markets and the Seattle Parks and Recreation department have teamed up to promote healthy habits at the Big Day of Play, a free giant field day.