Sponsored content – 2020 has been complicated, frustrating, and even at times dramatic, yet there is still a way for us to “take a break” from this negative spiral by meeting in small groups and delighting our delicate palates (be careful to respect the rules of social distancing, large gatherings are not recommended)

Take a look at Fabrique Délices and its specialties of confit and Jambon de Paris that remind us of France, the country that still rhymes with gastronomy in general, and with festive gastronomy in particular.

duck confit French foodCreated in 1985, the brand sells products made only with natural ingredients, without antibiotics, without gluten, without artificial ingredients, without MSG (glutamate).

Fabrique DelicesAnd if you don’t eat meat, stir-fried vegetables enhanced with some truffle butter … that changes everything.

Since we’re talking about a festive meal, let’s talk about duck … Fabrique Délices offers duck breasts prepared like prosciutto, pâtés, rillettes, and of course duck confit. They even suggest a duck Parmentier recipe prepared with confit.

For those who prefer to watch the palmipeds in the wild rather than on their plate, consider pâtés with Black pepper or pork rillettes. Both are delicious.

jambon Paris confitLet’s not forget the new addition of the season: Fabrique Délices has just released a traditional Jambon de Paris cooked sous-vide at low temperature and seasoned with care. To be consumed year-round and without moderation.
In case you were lacking inspiration, here are the recipes for Croque Monsieur, elbow pasta with truffle butter and ham, and Cordon Bleu. Simple but tasty entrées that should elevate your daily cooking routine.

Fabrique Délices products, duck confit, Jambon de Paris and more… are widely available in the San Francisco bay or online.

Find below the list of farmers markets where to find the products; you can even pre-order by contacting the resellers directly, they will have them available on the market: Jean-Baptiste (408) 538-0457 (South Bay Area) or Thierry (415) 254-9516 (North Bay Area).

jambon Paris confitThursday
– San Rafael – Civic Center from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. (all year) – Thierry

Saturday
– Sunnyvale – Downtown from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. (all year) – Jean-Baptiste
– Palo Alto – Hamilton and Forrest from 8 a.m. to noon (May to December) – Jean-Baptiste
– Oakland – Grand Lake from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. (all year) – Thierry

Sunday
– Campbell – Downtown from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. (all year) – Jean-Baptiste
– Mountain View – Downtown / Castro from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. (all year) – Jean-Baptiste
– Palo Alto – California Avenue from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. (all year) – Jean-Baptiste
– San Rafael – Civic Center from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. (all year) – Thierry

If you prefer to order online or if you have your habits elsewhere, then go to one of the following sites: Good Eggs, Murray’s cheese, Frenchery, Marx Foods, For The Gourmet, Le Village, My Panier, Euro Food Depot, Board at Home, The Market by Cut + Dry, Imperfect Foods or Epicurus Gourmet (Los Angeles).

In San Francisco
La Fromagerie stores sell products that you can either order online or find in their two stores (La Fromagerie du Dogpatch on 3rd St, Fromagerie Montgomery in the Financial District).

Or Cheese Plus, and Mollie’s Stone stores where Fabrique Délices has just launched the Jambon de Paris.

If you live South of the San Mateo area, you’ll find the produce at The Gourmet Corner (873 N San Mateo Dr, San Mateo, CA 94401). If you’re more Marin County, Comptoir San Rafael (1301 4th St @ C St, San Rafael, CA 94901), a grocery store bistro offers a wide selection.

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Bon appétit, happy holidays!

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