Dans la nuit du 5 au 6 décembre, Saint Nicolas passe dans les maisons pour apporter aux enfants sages des friandises (fruits secs, mandarines, gâteaux, bonbons, chocolats et surtout de grands pain d'épices représentant le saint évêque). Dans certaines maisons qui s'inspirent de cette tradition, c'est même lui qui remplace le Père Noël, et qui apporte les cadeaux.
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On this Thanksgiving week, we would like to extend our deepest thanks to all of you who have made our dream possible. As you probably know, we are a small husband and wife company: we decided to move (back) to France after 18 years in the US, to raise our daughter next to our family.