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Haitians simply refuse to loose the habit of cooking with "Chabon"

They are many Haitians in Haiti who buy a gas oven to cook with propane gas and yet they still use charcoal in the back yard kitchen to cook pretty much everything. What is up with that? more »

Men Zin, Spaghetti ki te konn vann 20 gourdes Haiti pase a 35 gourdes

Haitian Style Spaghetti - The Ingredients The price of Spaghetti has gone up by 75% in Haiti. Haitians who love to cook and eat spaghetti will have to spend 35 gourdes per bag if they want to cook it at home. more »

Poireau (Leek): Haitians add it to food as spice but do you know all the health benefits?

Spices in Haiti: Poireau (Leek in English) Most Haitian women spice up their meats with poireau (leek in English) but are you aware of all the nutritional properties of this amazing little vegetable? Read this... more »

Next time, ADD a little ginger (gingembre) to your instant oatmeal, it tastes so good!

Haitians love The next time you are making instant oatmeal, do you yourself a favor, add a little ginger to the mix. you will thank me for it. more »

Cooking in Haiti: Why do Haitians still use Charcoal to cook instead of Propane (LPG)?

Charcoal Burning in Haiti - Charcoal as Cooking Fuel Haiti: CHARBON Vs PROPANE (LPG) -- Based on my experience cooking with propane in Haiti, I truly believe it is more economical than cooking with charcoal. So why do Haitians continue to cook with charcoal? more »

What is Haitian Lalo - What does the Lalo leaf look like?

LALO, Fey Lalo, Men sa ki lalo-a What is Haitian Lalo? Most Haitians from the Artibonite region of Haiti love this Legume Fey called Lalo. It is a staple food in the area. If you've never seen it before, this what the lalo leaf looks like... more »

Haitian Aranso - Haitians cook everything with Aranso dont they?

PHOTO: Haiti - Aransò - Harreng Saur - Smoked Herring for sale in a wheelbarrow Smoked herring in Haiti is called Aransò (Harreng Saur) and it is used almost like a food spice the way so many Haitians use Aranso. more »

Haitian Spaghetti - If I asked you to cook a Spaghetti Creole for me how would ou cook it?

Haitian Style Spaghetti - The Ingredients I woke up this morning and felt like eating a Haitian Spaghetti, a "Spaghetti Creole," the only problem is I couldnt to explain to my cousin how to cook it... more »

Haiti - ALL These Tomatoes for 75 Gourdes, about $1.25 US, Great Deal OR La Vie Cher?

In March 2016, we bought all these fresh tomatoes in Haiti for 75 gourdes A Haitian farmer walks by my house in Hinche Haiti with a big "panier" of organic tomatoes and sells me a one-gallon bucket full of tomatoes for 75 gourdes... That's about $1.25 US for more than 60 medium tomatoes... Is that a great deal OR "La Vie Cher"? more »

Haiti Cuisine - 10 goud LALO bay tout kay la manje - Mesi Manman Doudou LOL...

Haitian Food : Legume LALO ak Vyann Gras Bondye, LALO vann 3 pake pou 10 goud nan mache Hinche jiskaprezan... Sa fè-m anvi chante: "Manman Doudou, Papa Cheri, ban nou manje, LALO peyi!" LOL... more »