Here at Saveur du Jour, on this Thanksgiving holiday, we would like to extend our gratitude to all our valued customers. We are delighted to serve you, and bring a slice of France right into your home. Thank you for your loyalty and support. We could not do it without you! We wish you and your family a wonderful Thanksgiving day.
Veronique & Delphine
As a MERCI to all our wonderful customers, we are glad to add a complimentary gift with your next order! This nice set will ship directly from our office in Aix-en-Provence, in the South of France. It includes a decorative ceramic cup and a chocolate dragee sachet by Barnier. Place an order of $50 or more to receive your free gift and enter "Merci" in the comments field at checkout. Offer valid through Sunday, December 4. Does not apply to "By the case" and fresh meat orders.
Thanksgiving day is a Canadian and American holiday, and so it does not exist in France. Many Americans abroad during this holiday may experience challenges celebrating this grand holiday. Luckily, we have a gathered a few ways Americans can still participate in Thanksgiving, even if they are thousands of miles away from home!
Buying American food products:
Fortunately, there are places around France where traditional Thanksgiving items are sold.
For starters, turkey should not be too hard to find! The French love it, particularly in Licques in northern France, which is famous for its annual turkey festival held in December. Other stores sell common American items, such as cranberry sauce, Hershey bars, and even Dr. Pepper. Two local Parisian stores that sell these items are "Thanksgiving Store" and "The Real McCoy."
Restaurants and places that serve Thanksgiving dinners:
For those who do not have enough time to go grocery shopping, or prefer to go out to eat, plenty of French restaurants and organizations offer Thanksgiving meals. Here are just a few!