Sponsored article – If you live in the San Francisco Bay Area, the chances are that you’ve tasted Fabrique Delices products before. There is no better choice for enjoying quality artisanal charcuterie, and it has been going on since 1985.
Widely distributed, the products are sold in stores or on the stalls of the Bay’s farmers’ markets.
But did you know that the entire Fabrique Delices products range is now just a click away on their e-shop? No need to pre-order merguez from a retailer for the weekend BBQ. Just put the assortment of your choice in your online shopping cart, and the products will be delivered to your door.
And since Fabrique Delices is a company that likes to share, it offers to guide you with online recipes that smell French “terroir.” How about making a successful Croque Monsieur with Jambon de Paris? Mollie Stone’s markets slice it on demand.
And we are happy to announce the brand new addition to the product catalog: a raclette kit! And no, it’s never too early to appreciate this type of comfort food.
The cheese is sourced in Switzerland, and the kit comes with a whole assortment of homemade charcuteries. We suggest you add duck breast prosciutto style to increase the pleasure of this convivial dish.
If you don’t eat pork at all, Fabrique Delices has got you covered. They offer a whole “pork-free” section with a salmon mousse, an apple, and chicken paté …
And if none of this tempts you, you can still find condiments that you won’t find elsewhere, such as Basque mustard with Espelette pepper or small pickles that will spice up your dishes.
Whether you like to cook or enjoy eating without too much effort, you should find something to please you on the e-shop; the list of products is long and varied.
But if you prefer to go to a farmer’s market, here is the list of resellers of Fabrique Delices products. Let’s add a brand new event happening in Menlo Park on Wednesdays from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. It’s an open-air market with a very French accent… You will find Fabrique Delices products at Frenchery, on this farmer’s market called the Bon Marché.
For more than 30 years, Fabrique Delices has been developing charcuterie in a spirit of conviviality and with traditional know-how from its house in the Bay of San Francisco.