Haitian Cuisine - Griot with Rice and Beans invades the New York Times LOL...

Haitian Cuisine - Griot with Rice and Beans invades the New York Times LOL...

There is no denying, Griot (spiced, marinated cubes of pork) with rice and beans, is a national dish in Haiti... But it looks darn good on the New York Times web site... LOL...

Read this Haitian Flag Day article from the New York Times:
A Day to Celebrate Haiti's Flag, and Its Foods

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Paul Dja says...

Chè zanmi WSP,

Sé daprè òtograf ofisyèl ki lang ou ékri GRIOT.

Sé pa an kréyòl kà sinon sé GRYO.

Sé pa an ayisyin, kà sinon sé GRYO.

Sé pa an fransé, kà sinon sé yon chantè istoryin oral nan anpil péyi afrikin.

Siouplé di'm nan ki lang ak òtograf ofisyèl kokèk ou pran désizyon pou-ou ékri GRIOT.

Pa jouré'm, non!

Ban'm sinpléman

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