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Making Haitian Kremas (Cremas) - recipe

Kremas (Cremas)- Drink Also known as Cremasse or Kremas, Cremas is the very boozy Haitian answer to egg nog. A holiday staple, this rich, coconut-infused beverage strikes a balance between sweet an…

I grew up having this for breakfast in Haiti

Acassan

I was walking in the super market when I stumbled upon a brand name I was very familiar with in Haiti : “Madame Gougousse”. It’s funny how the little things that you’d pay n…

Haitian food! Prestige, fried plantains, and pikliz, so delicious

Haiti aspires to be tourist destination

Prestige, fried plantains, and pikliz, so delicious- don't forget the poisson boukanen! my prefect meal (as I've given up meat.still treat myself to seafood though)

"Griyo is madd good. If you have neva tasted it, you are missing a lot." So much of what we think we know of Haiti is bad - from the massive human suffering and destruction caused by January's eart...

"Griyo is madd good. If you have neva tasted it, you are missing a lot." So much of what we think we know of Haiti is bad - from the massive human suffering and destruction caused by January's eart.

Pork Grillot: Grillot (or griot) is a substantial and delicious dish, apart from being one of the most popular in Haiti. It is always served at parties and family gatherings.

Pork Grillot: Grillot (or griot or gryot) is a substantial and delicious dish, apart from being one of the most popular in Haiti. It is always served at parties and family gatherings.

Haitian Pikliz (Spicy Cabbage Slaw)

Haitian Pikliz (Spicy Cabbage Slaw)

Haitian Pikliz pronounced pick-leez is a very spicy cabbage slaw that is on every table for every meal in Haiti. A condiment of sorts that they put on everything. It is spicy and delicious and we clearly see what it is so popular there.

Black Mushroom Rice (Diri ak Djon Djon) - HaitianCooking.com

This rice dish originates from the northern Haiti where djon djon grows. Diri ak Djon Djon has a unique flavor and color to the rice thats unforgettable.

haitian pik liz - pickled cabbage & hot peppers

Haitian Style Cole Slaw (Pikliz) Looking at notes below recipe, it says to try using less peppers if too spicy.

Mamoncillo - growing | Grow Plants

Quenepas, one of the best sweet foods to eat when in Puerto Rico!

Caribbean green seasoning

Strictly caribbean green seasoning

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