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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.

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PHOTO: Haiti Radio Kiskeya destroyed by Fire

PHOTO: Haiti Radio Kiskeya destroyed by Fire

Here are some photos of Haitian radio station, Radio Kiskeya, after it was burned by an accidental fire that reached the radio station from a burning house next door.

This incident happened Friday evening, December 21 2018.

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Unibank Haiti - Taux De Change

Unibank Haiti - Taux De Change

Haiti Taux de Change US dollar (USD) / Haitian gourdes (HTG) from UNIBANK Online

Did Haiti opposition leader Moise Jean Charles lie to Radio Caraibes FM about Unibank selling the U.S. Dollar at the exchange rate of 88.5 gourdes for one dollar at a time when they post their rate of exchange online at 77.75? Read this...

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Cremas (Kremas or Cremasse) - Delicious Haitian Holiday beverage

Cremas (Kremas or Cremasse) - Delicious Haitian Holiday beverage

Cremas (Kremas or Cremasse) is a delicious Haitian Holiday alcoholic drink made from rum and coconut milk often serves at social events, wedding, first communions or other types of parties in Haiti.

Cremas (Kremas or Cremasse) is very popular drink in Haiti. It is not a party if there is Cremas being served.

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PHOTO: Haiti - Boutey Kremas tonbe l kraze (My Haitian bottle of Cremas fell)

PHOTO: Haiti - Boutey Kremas tonbe l kraze (My Haitian bottle of Cremas fell)

A fresh bottle of Haitian Crémas I just purchased fell to the ground... What a loss...

Crémas is a sweet and creamy alcoholic beverage native to Haiti. The beverage is made primarily from creamed coconut, sweetened condensed evaporated milk, and rum.


Gade photo saa... Haiti - Yon boutey Kremas mwen fek achte wi, boutel la chape, tout Kremas tonbe kraze atè a... Tchwippppss...

Mesye... pou jan m te anvi bwè kremas saa...

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

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 tomate (tomato).

I my house, I stay way from all the artificial flavorings that are often loaded with sodium and use natural spices and herbs to cook delicious all natural Haitian food.

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

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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 meal: Vitamin K, Manganese, dietary fiber, vitamin A, vitamin B-6, iron and magnesium

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

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 "pilon" to use as natural seasoning when cooking but I never bothered to know what it was good for besides the flavor it adds to the food we eat.

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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, delicious organic Haitian breakfast.

I always add crushed garlic and leek (that's poireau in French) on top of my boiled eggs.

Leek or poireau in French adds the following to your breakfast:
potassium, dietary fiber, vitamin A, vitamin B-6, iron and magnesium to this simple breakfast.

Garlic reduces your blood pressure, improves your cholesterol level, improves your bone health. overall, it helps you live longer.

To learn more about the eggs and mangoes health properties, read the related articles below.

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PHOTO: Monseigneur Guire Poulard, Hinche Haiti

PHOTO: Monseigneur Guire Poulard, Hinche Haiti

Here is a photo of Monseigneur Guire Poulard at the ordination Monseigneur Desinord Jean at Hinche Cathedral.

Monseigneur Guire Poulard was appointed Archbishop of Port-au-Prince, on January 12, 2011 in the place of Monsignor Joseph Miot killed by the 2010 earthquake.

Haiti Ordination of Bishop Desinord Jean, new bishop of the Diocese of Hinche, at the city's cathedral Saturday 02 July 2016...

After his oath of fidelity for life as Bishop and member of the Episcopal College of Haiti, the main consecrator, Cardinal LANGLOIS who was accompanied by two other co-consecrators, the Monseignors Pierre Éric Glandas TOUSSAINT and Guy POULARD, gave Bishop Desinord Jean the necessary articles in fulfilling his new task: the Lamb of fidelity to the Lord, the Gospel, the Moth, the Patoral Staff, among others ...

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