PCC Taste May 2013

PCC Taste

what's inside > May 2013

From our recipe box

Taco love

Think tacos for a quick, satisfying meal any day of the week. We've put together four bright, flavorful recipes for you to try that feature steak, tempeh, shrimp and pork.


Coming into season

Get ready to savor sweet aprium apricots, glorious grapes and Gold Nugget tangerines, and learn more about how we source these springtime gems.


Celebrating mom

Whether she's a gardener, bookworm, hat lover or home cook, we've got delightful gift ideas for Mom that keep on giving.


Easy weekend brunch

Try our recipe for Pain Perdu with Honey-Lemon Ricotta. Sweet strawberries make it the perfect spring treat.


Crazy for coconut: three popular products

Can't drink enough coconut water, cook with enough coconut oil or sip enough coconut milk to satisfy your craving? Check out the latest coconut products to grace our shelves!


Ask the Nutritionist

Is olive oil a good choice for high-heat cooking? Find out, and get to know several other healthy options.


Gluten-free survival guide

PCC's bounty of foods, products, recipes and classes make life that much easier. Explore some of the 1,800 gluten-free foods and find out how else we can help.


Bulk spotlight: loose-leaf tea

In the bulk herb section at PCC don't miss our wide assortment of loose-leaf teas, allowing you to easily (and, affordably) experiment with new flavors and varieties.


Also in this issue

Navigation

PCC Taste cover
  • Current issue of PCC Taste
  • List of archive articles
  • RSS Feed PCC Taste Feed
  • enews Sign up for PCC e-newsletters

Related Content

pinterest

Popular PCC Pinterest recipes

  • Mango Salsa — Easy Entertaining board
  • Baked Hazelnut Cod — Time For Dinner! board
  • DIY Egg Substitutes — Let's Bake board
  • Miso Noodle Soup — Celebrate Spring! board
  • Tofu: Four Easy Ways To Enjoy It — Cooking with Meat Alternatives board

Visit pinterest.com/pccmarkets for more tips and recipes.

broccoli

What's your go-to cruciferous vegetable?

Wow! This poll was neck-and-neck, but broccoli finally edged out kale as the supreme victor.

enewsletter