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Are you in Haiti? Do you feel the Christmas Spirit?

Last night, December 13 2018, Only 12 days before Christmas, I am driving down the city of Hinche Haiti and I realize, there's no Christmas spirit...

Cremas: Haiti's Holiday Beverage - It's like eggnog but a million times better, author said

What a way to describe Cremas... I love this delicious Haitian Holiday beverage but I don't think I could've came up with a better description...

Haiti Agriculture - The slow food movement which originated in Itally making its way to Haiti

Haiti imports everything including most of the food we eat. The Haitian Slow Food is here, Born in Itally in 1986, some Haitians are embracing this...

FLASH: American Airlines Cancelling ALL direct flights to Haiti from JFK and Fort Lauderdale starting December 19

Attention Haitian airline passengers, starting December 19, 2018, you will no longer be able to fly American Airlines direct from New York's JFK...

Kingston Jamaica is so much more dangerous than Port-au-Prince Haiti despite what you hear

If you listen to the Haitian media sometimes you will think that Port-au-Prince Haiti is the most dangerous place in the caribbean but, did you...

More than 1 year after MINUSTAH left, how is the Haitian Police doing?

It's been 14 months since the United Nations peacekeeping MINUSTAH forces left Haiti and the Haitian police have been doing their best to maintain...

Cooking Haitian Style: Spice it up with some leek, parsley and Tomatoes

Many Haitians use these tasty vegetables to spice up their foods everyday: Poireau (leek), Persil (parsley), and...

Cooking: A Haitian woman mashing up poireau (leek), with garlic and other spices in her pilon

All my life, I've seen the Haitian women in my house mash up poireau (leek), with garlic and other spices in their...

Spices in Haiti: Poireau (Leek in English)

Haitians call it Powo in Creole, Poireau in French, but in English this vegetable is called Leek. Leek/Poireau adds...

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

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...

Messages and comments from our readers...

La Gonave Haiti - The 48 Billion Dollar Project La Gonave Haiti - The 48 Billion Dollar Project

Have you have heard the 48 billion dollar plan to develop the island of La Gonave in Haiti? It is a project that will turn La Gonave into an...

Why do Haitians only criticize each other when speaking French? Why do Haitians only criticize each other when speaking French?

Haitians never criticize foreigners who speak bogus French; however, they are very quick to criticize their fellow Haitian as soon as he comits the...

Cremas: Haiti's Holiday Beverage - It's like eggnog but a million times better, author said Cremas: Haiti's Holiday Beverage - It's like eggnog but a million times better, author said

What a way to describe Cremas... I love this delicious Haitian Holiday beverage but I don't think I could've came up with a better description...

Haitian Photo Stories...

PHOTO: Haitian Boat People Intercepted by the U.S. Coast Guard PHOTO: Haitian Boat People Intercepted by the U.S. Coast Guard

Look at this photo... The U.S. Coast Guard intercepted 127 Haitian migrants overloaded a 70-foot sail freighter off Cuban coast. With the help of...

Spices in Haiti: L'ail (Garlic in English) Spices in Haiti: L'ail (Garlic in English)

Haitians call it "lay" in Creole, no wonder, it's l'ail in French, but in English it is is called Garlic. Is garlic a vegetable or root? Many people...

PHOTO: Liliane Pierre-Paul, Journaliste Radio Kiskeya Haiti PHOTO: Liliane Pierre-Paul, Journaliste Radio Kiskeya Haiti

Here is a photo of Haitian Journalist Liliane Pierre-Paul after her radio station Radio Kiskeya burned to the ground in December 2018.