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Blue crabs and eggplant (Cirique a l’ aubergine)

  Ingredients: 8 medium live blue crabs 1 eggplant 2 tomatoes or 12 grape tomatoes 1 garlic clove 1 tsp of salt (or at will) 2 onions 1 scotch bonnet pepper (optional) 1… Continue reading

Bouillon (Bouyon) Vegetable soup

Ok , Please don’t let yourself be misled by that title up there. Bouillon (bouyon : pronounced *boo-yoh* in creole) is not your usual vegetable soup. This mixture of vitamins can revitalize you… Continue reading

Farce tête-de-maure (Edam cheese spread)

The key ingredient to today’s recipe is Edam Cheese or as we, Haitians know it to be, Fromage tête-de-maure. Growing up only paying attention to the phonetics of that word, I really believed… Continue reading

Party Etiquette!

I am a sucker for hosting and coordinating events. I just love being busy and feeling productive. Once I plan a party, you know it won’t be like any other. There’s nothing more… Continue reading

Chayote vermicelli

This recipe is super simple! Quite frankly I’m not familiar with it. Let alone, having heard of it. Ingredients 1 lb of chayote (peeled and cut like fries) 1 tsp of salt 2… Continue reading

Haitian BrUnch.

I woke up this morning wanting to cook my husband something typically Haitian. I was getting tired of the usual eggs, english muffins, bagels, cream cheese and bacon shenanigans! So I turned on some Haitian… Continue reading

BLOG TAG : BEING ME

I was tagged by my fellow blogger Alexa D. Sterling from  The Fashion Peak Are you named after someone? Actually, no! But here’s a funny story about my name. My father’s cousin had a… Continue reading

Duri djondjon (haitian black rice)

The famous Haitian black rice. That rice is not like the usual wild rice (Indian rice) you know about. See, it’s not naturally/originally black. It’s prepared with the famous edible Haitian mushroom called ”… Continue reading

2013 in review

The WordPress.com stats helper monkeys prepared a 2013 annual report for this blog. Here’s an excerpt: The concert hall at the Sydney Opera House holds 2,700 people. This blog was viewed about 23,000… Continue reading

Sos pwa (bean purée)

Sos pwa is served almost every day in Haiti. It’s white rice’s best friend. They just go along so well. Today I wanted to cook something simple. But I totally forgot that the… Continue reading