If you’re looking to keep your recipes local, check out Cooking from Scratch, a cookbook that was released in September by Seattle’s PCC Community Markets and Sasquatch Books. One hundred and twenty seasonal recipes based on foods from PCC Community Markets are designed to make cooking local food that is in season at the market both simple and delicious.
The release of Cooking from Scratch marks PCC’s 65th anniversary, and it is the first cookbook that the food market giant has released. The largest community-owned food market in the United States, PCC has spent more than six decades committed to supporting local producers, seasonal foods, and sustainable practices.
Whether you’re a beginner or an expert in the kitchen, the book promises to have something for you. It also has a wide variety of recipes — from drinks to appetizers to quick weeknight meals — so as to cater to the needs of any food mood.