Tonight: Annual meeting and chef Lynne Vea on Evening Magazine

Talk about a busy day at work. Colleagues are rushing about to prepare for tonight's annual membership meeting at St. Demetrios Hall in Montlake. I'm sure the phrase "annual meeting" sounds like a snoozefest, but trust me, I've learned ours is different. For one, we feed you! On tonight's menu (and in cooking videos online): Warm Salad of Roasted Asparagus With Hazelnuts and Balsamic Vinaigrette, Festive Cuban Tortilla Torta with Warm Spices, Caribbean Spice Crusted Breast of Chicken with Sunny Mango Salsa and Strawberry Rhubarb Crisp. We have interesting speakers from a variety of backgrounds, from farmers and ranchers to chief executives.

Plus it's a chance to meet with others who share your passion for sustainability and good food. Mark or set your calendar for the next meeting Oct. 27. 

Had to miss the meeting? Tune your TV to KING 5 at 7 p.m. to watch PCC Cooks instructor Lynne Vea take on Evening Magazine's Cheapskate Challenge. She feeds a family of four (her lucky brother Clark and his family) for $10 with Chipotle Shredded Pork with Tomato Lime Salsa, Spicy Black Beans and Handmade Tortillas. Delish. And if you look closely, you'll see the whole segment is filmed at PCC Issaquah. Click here to see those recipes.

 (Photo courtesy Tom Monahan)

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