PCC Taste July 2011
From our recipe box
Summer on a stick
Skewer your favorite foods for meals that sizzle.
Pack a picnic
It's a snap with grab-and-go items from the PCC Deli.
7 cool treats
Remix your dessert routine with these creamy, decadent and refreshing options — there's something delicious for everyone!
Keep bugs at bay, naturally
It’s possible to repel pesky mosquitoes or other irritating insects without having to douse yourself in a film of chemicals.
Iced tea time
Perkier than water and milder than soda, iced tea delivers a refreshing happy medium on hot summer days.
Quality meats ground fresh
At PCC you'll find all-natural, organic and grass-fed ground beef options, as well as all-natural ground pork, lamb, chicken and turkey.
Dress it up
We have all the condiments you need to provide pizzazz and oomph to your dogs, burgers and sandwiches.
Eat healthy, dance hard, live loud
PCC is proud to sponsor the Seattle Storm Dance Troupe this year — the partnership is a way for us to publicly promote good nutrition and exercise for children, as part of our PCC Healthy Kids initiative.
What's in store
Wild Alaskan sockeye salmon, sweet blueberries and Deli dressings
Ask the Nutritionist
Go wild for salmon
Salmon is without a doubt the most iconic food here in the Northwest and also one of the most nutrient-dense foods on the planet.
Quick and easy
This tasty dip is a nice substitute for hummus and is perfect with chips, crudités or as a spread for sandwiches.
Hot topics from our social media pages, including grilled cheese, our newest location and PCC Cooks on Facebook.
What to do in July
Get out and play! Northwesterners long have kidded that summer actually starts on July 5.
Tips for buying seasonal produce
Summer's abundance of fresh, local fruit can make our eyes bigger than our stomachs. Once you haul that bounty home, here are some strategies to employ.
A look at local produce
The local harvest really hits its stride in July. Meet three of our local farms: Rents Due Ranch, Twin Springs Farm and River Valley Organics.