Add a new side dish to your traditional Thanksgiving repertoire with these creative, flavorful recipes that utilize the best of seasonal ingredients.
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PCC Taste, November 2015
However you observe the day, we hope you find plenty that inspires gratitude.
Learn the differences between the two most common persimmons — and learn how to tell when each kind is perfectly ripe.
Pumpkin has consistently rated among the top three Thanksgiving pie flavors for years. Our variations go classic (with fresh milk), modern (with a gingersnap crust) and vegan (with a whipped tofu mousse).
Great pie crust is all in the technique. Even if you bake just one pie each year, it can still be exceptionally tender, flaky and crisp.
Ditch the five-gallon bucket for a more convenient dry brining method. Hello, crispy skin!
Learn two different ways to roast yams and get recipes for Roasted Yam Dip, Yam Biscuits, Carrot and Yam Soup with Cardamom and more.
When it comes to holiday side dishes, what goes on top deserves the same attention as the ingredients in the rest of the dish.
Build an entire Thanksgiving meal with dishes from the PCC Deli. Here’s a glimpse at what you’ll find, paired up in several delicious combinations.
Combat stress and boost your mood with the help of lemon balm.
Round out your holiday meal with beverages that play well with a kaleidoscope of flavors. Our selections include both year-round favorites and a few long-awaited seasonal offerings.
Excellent sources of potassium, fiber, vitamin C and beta carotene, winter squash may be the most versatile and nutritious ingredient to brighten up your winter meals.
Check out the Seattle Children’s Kids Marathon, the Green Lake Gobble and the latest Healthy Kids Cook video.