PCC Taste January 2013

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Chicken soup goes global

Every culture seems to have its version of this classic. Here are four of our favorites.

Grapefruit: winter's sunshine

Do you struggle with the mouth-puckering flavor of grapefruit? Forego dumping white sugar over the top of the ruby red flesh and try our favorite ways to prepare this super citrus.

NW winter survival guide

Embrace gloomy days as an ideal time to try new recipes, pamper yourself and reach for good mood food. We share our tips and tricks.

Like that? Try this

If you're a fan of broccoli, Satsuma Mandarins or potatoes, meet these three fruits and vegetables you really ought to try.

Raw foods: will they help your health?

PCC Nutrition Educator Nick Rose explains the benefits, how to fit them in your diet, and shares some of his favorites.

Nutrition info at your fingertips

Find out the nutritional facts of your favorite PCC Deli dish with our new deli nutrition search!

Crispy Potato Rösti with Warm Goat Cheese

This potato pancake is a favorite dish in Switzerland, especially in winter when you crave foods that are warm and satisfying.

Protect your skin from winter

Our health and body care expert shares how to combat the elements with nourishing skincare from local producers.

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Roasted Root Vegetable Risotto with Fresh Sage — This version of the classic favorite is an exquisite way to spotlight the beauty of winter's vegetables.

Hot and Bubbly Potato, Tart Apple and Cheese Gratin — Creamy potatoes, silky apples and golden melted cheeses are the perfect solution for cozy evenings and firesides.

Blood Orange Polenta Upside-down Cake — This cake is made in a skillet instead of a cake pan. When you invert it on a plate, thin slices of beautiful blood oranges end up on top.