The 4th Thursday of November is called "THANKS GIVING DAY" and is one of the important events for New Yorkers. It is said that the day is a day when families and relatives gather to surround the feast and appreciate the blessings of the harvest.
"Extra-Silky Pumpkin Pie," "Bourbon Pecan Pie," "Gobble Me Up Caramel Bread," and "Thanksgiving Day Turkey Sandwich" were released this time. 4 items.
Pumpkin pie is made by pouring a thick pumpkin paste with spices such as cinnamon and nutmeg into tart dough and baking it. The price is 650 yen for small and 3,200 yen for hall (12 cm) (excluding tax, the same applies below).
Pecan pie is a pecan pie that uses plenty of "pecan nuts", which is said to be synonymous with desserts that Americans eat on THANKS GIVING DAY. By combining rich maple syrup, the texture and aroma of pecan nuts are enhanced. The price is 650 yen for small and 3,200 yen for hall (12 cm).
Turkey caramel bread is a bread that imagines the shape of a turkey that nearly 90% of Americans eat on THANKS GIVING DAY. It's a Japanese-only menu that doesn't exist in your home country, involving caramel cream. The price is 350 yen.
In the United States, on THANKS GIVING DAY, the whole turkey is roasted at home, and the portion that cannot be eaten is remade into a turkey sandwich the next day. The image of this is the Thanksgiving Turkey Sandwich. THANKS GIVING DAY's "standard combination" of turkey ham and cranberry jam is sandwiched between fluffy homemade brioches. The price is 1,100 yen.