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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...

Do you think of Haitian STREET Vendors as Entrepreneurs? Do you think of Haitian STREET Vendors as Entrepreneurs?

In Haiti, jobs are rare and many Haitian men and women resort hustling in the streets for a living. Do you think of them as entrepreneurs or...

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...

What's for Breakfast : Boiled eggs and sliced mangoes What's for Breakfast : Boiled eggs and sliced mangoes

When it's mango season in Haiti, there's of plenty of fresh organic mangoes to eat. Add some boiled eggs to the plate and you have yourself a nice...

PHOTO: Naomi Osaka and Coach Sascha Bajin PHOTO: Naomi Osaka and Coach Sascha Bajin

Look at this photo... Haitian-Japanese Tennis player Naomi Osaka and Coach Sascha Bajin

Spices in Haiti: Poireau (Leek in English) 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 the following nutrients to your...