Yams, Brussels sprouts, pears and cauliflower are classics for the holiday table, but there’s still plenty of room to play around with new preparations. Check out our eight recipes!
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PCC Taste, Holiday 2016
Meet carrot’s earthier cousin, the parsnip. This tuber offers a sweet, complex flavor and can be roasted, sautéed, mashed, pureed or incorporated into Parsnip Cake.
Get creative with your holiday stuffing — there are few side dishes so fun and flexible. But never fear, if you want a precise recipe, we have those, too.
If you’d like a bird as the centerpiece of the feast but aren’t attached to turkey, check out these options for updates.
Get rolling with a new tradition: Bake up a batch of homemade rolls for the holiday table. Our options include classic soft rolls and a tasty little gluten-free bun from Brazil.
Discover why washed rind cheeses are so magnificently smelly, and check out five rich, creamy cheeses worth trying.
This mix of fancier preparations and approachable game day snacks has one thing in common: The total effort they take has been reduced via great prepared products.
One of the great things about cookies is their forgiving nature. Our 10 recipes give new ideas for experienced bakers while offering tried-and-true directions for newbies.
We’ve chosen one wine, one beer and one cider to pair with five of the most popular holiday entrees. Bonus: All five of the wines are from Washington state and you can only find them at PCC.
Pick up a gift for the food lover in your life. From local barbecue sauce to seasonal coffee, we have just the thing.
The month of December is a time of celebration from start to finish. Explore traditions around the world with recipes for Mawlid un-Nabi, St. Lucia’s Day, Dongzhi, Hanukkah and Kwanzaa.
These four super simple meals come together in less than an hour, so you can get back to your holiday planning.
We’re excited to announce that our final Community Grant of 2016 has been awarded to Indigenous Learning 360 in Seattle.