A warm Haitian Cup of Coffee is what I need it right now...

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When I was a child growing up in Haiti, my grandmother use to make coffee early in the morning. For some reason, she always had coffee at her house all day, ready to serve any guest who would arrive.

That's one of the reasons I love going to Grann Adrienne's house, LOL, you would always find a piece of bread and a 'tas kafé' (cup of cofee) at her place.

Yon Tas kafé cho - Se sa mwen bezwen konye-a laa... LOL...

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