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Where to buy french saucisson in Bay Area?

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rus3439 Jan 7, 2011 06:56 PM

There gotta be a french charcurie somewhere in the bay area but ir's not on yelp yet ...

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  1. Melanie Wong RE: rus3439 Jan 7, 2011 07:10 PM

    Have you tried any of these?
    Fabrique Delices
    Fatted Calf
    La Bedaine
    Cafe Rouge

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    Cafe Rouge
    1782 Fourth St, Berkeley, CA 94710

    Fatted Calf
    644-C First Street, Napa, CA 94559

    Fabrique Delices
    1610 Delta Ct # 1, Hayward, CA

    La Bedaine
    1585 Solano Ave, Berkeley, CA 94706

    Fatted Calf
    320 Fell St, San Francisco, CA 94102

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      dordogne RE: Melanie Wong Jan 8, 2011 05:56 PM

      Please note that Fatted Calf is at the Ferry Plaza Farmers Market on Saturdays and they have a great retail shop in Hayes Valley carrying all of their charcuterie:

      320 Fell Street
      San Francisco, CA, 94102
      Open Daily 10am to 8pm
      415.400.5614

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      Ferry Plaza Farmers Market
      One Ferry Building, 200 The Embarcadero, San Francisco, CA

      Fatted Calf
      320 Fell St, San Francisco, CA 94102

    2. CarrieWas218 RE: rus3439 Jan 7, 2011 07:53 PM

      Melanie mentioned it and Fabrique Delices is my go-to place for saucisson which I put into my yearly Cassoulet. Exceptional!

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      Fabrique Delices
      1610 Delta Ct # 1, Hayward, CA

      1. Robert Lauriston RE: rus3439 Jan 8, 2011 09:12 AM

        That Fabrique Délices address is their plant, no retail sales there. I don't think they're quite as good as the other three places, but they might be the only one that makes saucisson a l'ail. Here's their farmers' market schedule:

        http://www.fabriquedelices.com/shoppi...

        Note that Fatted Calf is no longer at the Berkeley Saturday farmers market.

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          Melanie Wong RE: Robert Lauriston Jan 8, 2011 02:05 PM

          That is the address of the plant in Hayward. However, FD used to sell out the back door to retail customers --- no longer?

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            Robert Lauriston RE: Melanie Wong Jan 8, 2011 04:20 PM

            They say they don't: http://www.fabriquedelices.com/shoppi...

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              Greyhoundgrrl RE: Robert Lauriston Jan 8, 2011 04:29 PM

              I've purchased the Fabrique Delices products at Golden Natural Foods in the Castro, but it was almost a year ago. It might be worth calling them, anyway,

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              Golden Natural Foods
              130 Church St, San Francisco, CA 94114

              Fabrique Delices
              1610 Delta Ct # 1, Hayward, CA

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                CarrieWas218 RE: Greyhoundgrrl Jan 8, 2011 06:37 PM

                FD does mail order. That's how I get mine as well as the tarbais beans and confit for cassoulet...

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                  saffrongold RE: CarrieWas218 Jan 9, 2011 12:07 PM

                  FD sells at Marin Farmers Mkt. and Stonestown FM

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                    Robert Lauriston RE: saffrongold Jan 9, 2011 12:28 PM

                    Stonestown is not on their list. Marin they list Sunday but not Thursday.

                    http://www.fabriquedelices.com/shoppi...

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                      TerriL RE: Robert Lauriston Jan 10, 2011 08:49 AM

                      They are indeed in Marin on Thursday. I have also seen their products at the the Gourmet Corner in San Mateo, which might be another source for saucisson.

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                      The Gourmet Corner
                      873 N San Mateo Drive, San Mateo, CA 94401

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                        Robert Lauriston RE: TerriL Jan 10, 2011 09:41 AM

                        Gourmet Corner also has a variety of imported confits etc. Biggest selection of French stuff in the area.

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                        The Gourmet Corner
                        873 N San Mateo Drive, San Mateo, CA 94401

        2. Robert Lauriston RE: rus3439 May 11, 2011 04:57 PM

          Anybody seen Delice de France at East Bay markets other than Saturday at Grand Lake?

          Or other places to buy sausages appropriate for choucroute garnie besides La Bedaine?

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          La Bedaine
          1585 Solano Ave, Berkeley, CA 94706

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