Greet spring with brunch recipes that showcase the best flavors of April, including strawberries, asparagus, rhubarb and new potatoes.
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PCC Taste, April 2014
Practical suggestions and useful products that will help you work smarter, get your clothes cleaner and save energy.
Try our delicious early spring recipes using seasonal favorites: asparagus, rhubarb, baby spinach and strawberries.
Pacific halibut is a sure sign that we’ve turned the corner from spring to winter. Make the most of this nutritious, sustainable fish with these eight recipes.
Sprinkled over salads or simply eaten by the handful, nuts are chock full of beneficial nutrients. Check out our five bestselling nuts and what makes them so good for you.
Sliced or chopped ham easily can be incorporated into breakfast, lunch or dinner, lending its savory smokiness to a variety of dishes. Start experimenting with these five easy ways.
Easter bunnies and marshmallow chicks? Yes, indeed. Ours are thoughtfully selected from local producers and Fair Trade chocolatiers. Find these and other Easter treats, including vegetable-based egg coloring kits, to get you ready for the holiday.
What exactly should you be looking for when studying the nutrition label on food? Our nutrition educator decodes the small print.
Get connected with PCC Farmland Trust, which has saved 1,264 acres of organically certified Washington farmland since 1999.
Uncommon wines, great value and unexpected quality. Learn what makes our Quite the Find wines special, and see what’s new for April.
Check out our food bank program and learn about our new food bank partner, North Helpline Food Bank, plus get details on our Passover Sale at Seward Park PCC.
Go beyond a la mode with five creative ideas for tip-top toppings.
The PCC Deli refreshes its seasonal selection with seasonal ingredients, while our shelves offer natural allergy relief products to get you ready for springtime adventures.