One of my favorite things about this time of year is the observance of family traditions. In our family, my mother always serves mashed turnip on Thanksgiving Day. She also makes a pea and tomato aspic which is a long running family joke since no one likes it but her. When referring to her traditional dish, we teasingly draw out the syllables in aspic.
In my sister-in-law's family, it is tradition to eat Spaghetti con Acciughe (Spaghetti with Anchovies) on Christmas Eve. At our house, each person gets to open one gift following the Christmas Eve church service.
When we started South 'n France Bon Bons, it never occurred to us that our bon bons could become a Christmas, Hanukkah, and New Year tradition, but they have. Nothing makes us more proud than hearing from the customers who call us year after year because they simply must have their holiday bon bons. "It wouldn't be Christmas without them", they tell us. "We look forward to them every year". "The kids put bon bons on their Wish List", we're told.
We take the job seriously, working 'round the clock from Thanksgiving through the last shipping day in December to do our part to uphold family traditions across the country. And, we look forward to playing a role in your family's merry-making too.