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Too much fun with Thanksgiving leftovers
  • November 20, 2014

    We have no words for what happened when Jim Dever joined PCC Chef Lynne Vea in the kitchen at our Greenlake Village location. Along with the silliness (is that Jim's impression of Julia Child?), you'll find a great idea to use up all your tasty Thanksgiving leftovers in one fun recipe: a savory cupcake!

Naches Heights Vineyard
  • November 07, 2014

    Winemaker Phil Cline says, "the wine thing was like a mid-life crisis for me" — but we should all be so lucky to have such successful mid-life crises. Naches Heights, one of the highest-elevation grape growers in Washington, grows beautiful biodynamic fruit that makes gorgeous wines. Great fruit, treated right, creates wine that our Wine Guy Jeff Cox calls "a snapshot of this place."

Cranberries
  • November 01, 2014

    Bounce those berries! PCC Chef Jackie Freeman makes healthy sweet-tart Cranberry-Lemon Muffins with her young helpers (and dedicated Seahawks fans) Gage and Dani, and their mom Diana. The kids do a great job stirring, even kicking it up into Beast Mode.

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Apples for a cause
  • October 24, 2014

    Take a field trip to the Rainier Beach Urban Farm and Wetland and experience farm-fresh produce along with a class of preschoolers. Then, learn how our Farm-to-School bagged organic apples support such fantastic programs. Last year's apples generated more than $42,000 for the farm!

Kitchen space-saving ideas for the big feast
  • October 17, 2014

    It's easy to run short on refrigerator and oven space when cooking for a large group. PCC Chef Jackie Freeman offers suggestions on using other appliances to keep things hot, along with smart ways of planning ahead for the big feast.

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Pumpkins take to the skies
  • October 10, 2014

    Mike Shriver's organic pumpkins get a few moments of glorious flight before they're packed into crates and shipped to us to be sold as jack o'lanterns.

    Shriver farms about 40 different organic crops at Rents Due Ranch (the lack of apostrophe on the 's' is deliberate). He's been supplying PCC since the early '90s. According to Shriver, it's a mutually beneficial relationship:

    The varietal of jack o'lantern pumpkins he grows have long, sturdy handles for stems, creating fun opportunities for creative carving. You'll also find his dense, sweet Sugar Pie pumpkins if you're in the mood for pie.

Apple Pie Morning Oatmeal
  • October 01, 2014

    A healthy breakfast that tastes just like apple pie? Sounds perfect for fall. PCC Chef Jackie Freeman works with Ryleigh and Maya to cook steel-cut oats and caramelize apples — it’s amazing just how much the kids can accomplish in the kitchen, right down to their big jazz hands finish!

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Tieton Cider Works
  • September 26, 2014

    Tieton Cider Works doesn't just press apples into cider — they grow them as well. Craig Campbell is a third-generation Yakima farmer who's been growing apples organically for 25 years. The team turns those apples, along with other fruits like cherries, apricots and pumpkins, into award-winning ciders that pair wonderfully with many foods.

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