Haitian Pintade - The Helmeted Guinea Fowl

Haitian Pintade - The Helmeted Guinea Fowl

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Pintade, Guinea Fowl, Guinea Hen

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Haitians call it Pintade but this bird is called The Helmeted Guinea Fowl or Guinea Hen.

Pintade is a delicacy in Haiti and it is favored over chicken.

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Carrie Thank you for this!! I've been looking everywhere for this!
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