Pies, sides & ideas to make your holiday easy & delicious in 2015

To order your turkey, visit the Meat counter or call 206-329-1545. Details

Delicious, fresh, ethically-sourced food? Check. Super knowledgeable, helpful staff? CHECK. Our folks are here to help you make this the most delicious Thanksgiving yet.

Holiday tip: Have your Thanksgiving groceries delivered! Details

Pies And Sides Made Fresh In Our Deli

Our Deli kitchen will be baking off delicious holiday pies, available from November 22 to December 24! Preorder pies and sides to ensure availability, or choose from what's on hand during your shopping trip.

How To Preorder Pies and Sides

Stop by the Deli counter or the Central Services desk, or call 206-329-1545. Or reserve your pie with the Meat department when you reserve your turkey. Preorder by November 24.

Pumpkin Pie

Vegan Pumpkin Pie

Pumpkin Pie, No Gluten

Vegan Pumpkin Pie, No Gluten

Pecan Pie

Pecan Pie, No Gluten







*No Gluten pies are made without gluten. Pies are produced in our kitchen, which also processes gluten-containing foods.

Ideas From Our Staff To You

A few of our Deli staff

We’ve collected some tips and tricks from our staff to make your holiday easy and delicious!

 “If you’re making apple pie, you don’t have to use just one kind of apple—mix it up! And leave the skins on for extra color in your dessert.” --Jen M, Produce

"Turning your brine into a marinade gives your turkey a wonderfully juicy end result with a kick of flavor. Don't forget to turn the pan drippings into delicious gravy!" --Angela, Deli 
Recipe: Lemon-Mustard Turkey Marinade

“Use any extra sage or other unused fresh herbs from your cooking to make a refreshing, relaxing bath sachet. Place herbs in the center of a big square of cheesecloth, tie it up with some twine, and drop in a hot bath.” --Heather, Wellness

A few of our Wellness staff

“Roasted veggies are simple, easy, DELICIOUS, and impressive.  You can roast almost anything—think asparagus, Brussels sprouts, broccoli, broccolette, cauliflower, kale, fingerling potatoes, carrots, fennel, or delicata squash slices. Just slice pieces into your choice of size, or leave whole if they’re small (like Brussels sprouts or baby beets), toss with olive oil, salt and pepper and some sprigs of fresh herbs, and roast at 425 degrees until tender.  So easy and so good.” --Shelby, Produce

"If you're making gluten-free gravy, cornstarch or arrowroot powder make great thickeners, in place of flour. Our cornstarch is certified Organic!" --Laura, Bulk

Our Bulk staff

“Cooking your turkey with the Helmet Method helps retain moisture, especially if you’ve brined your bird (if you have, pat the bird dry first). After seasoning, cover it with foil and follow the cooking times that came with it. Remove the foil one hour before the bird is done so the skin doesn’t get soggy—the meat will finish moist and tender.” --Wayne, Meat & Seafood

A few of our Meat & Seafood staff

Reserving Your Turkey

Our Meat department staff are ready to help you with your order. Visit the Meat counter, or call 206-329-1545. More info

Date: Wednesday November 18, 2015

Category: Tips & Ideas

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