In the late 1970s, Goldie Caughlan, the nutrition education manager for Seattle's PCC Natural Markets, started setting up a card table and a plug-in skillet host demos in PCC's bulk departments. Caughlan continued on as nutrition education manager, while her demo programs ultimately grew into PCC Cooks, one of the oldest and most comprehensive cooking school programs in the food retailing industry. A staff of 40 instructors and 200 volunteers now host more than 1,000 classes per ...
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