PHOTO: Haiti - Aransò - Harreng Saur (Smoked Herring)

PHOTO: Haiti - Aranso - Harreng Saur (Smoked Herring)

Look at this photo... Haiti - Aransò (Smoked Herring) being sold in a wheelbarrow (bourette) at the local market place...

Did you know? The creole word 'Aransò' comes from the french name 'Harreng Saur', the name commonly given by the food industry to salted and smoked herring, to the powerful odor.

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