One of the many foods Haitians eat for breakfast is Labouyi Bannann (Plantain Porridge). It’s porridge, essentially– one made from ripe banana and unripe plantain. There are myriad ways to spell it, but only one way to eat it– with a spoon. Make that two ways to eat it– hot or cold. Either way, it’s …

One of the many foods Haitians eat for breakfast is Labouyi Bannann (Plantain Porridge). It’s porridge, essentially– one made from ripe banana and unripe plantain. There are myriad ways to spell it, but only one way to eat it– with a spoon. Make that two ways to eat it– hot or cold. Either way, it’s …

Caribbean Rice and Beans- Seasoned with  garlic and onions and creole spice. Infused with bay leaves, thyme, Scotch bonnet and coconut milk. If you delight in traditional Caribbean food then you should consider making this scrumptious  rice and beans. Sometimes referred to as rice and peas if made with pigeon peas or  yellow peas. When making …

Caribbean Rice and Beans- Seasoned with garlic and onions and creole spice. Infused with bay leaves, thyme, Scotch bonnet and coconut milk. If you delight in traditional Caribbean food then you should consider making this scrumptious rice and beans. Sometimes referred to as rice and peas if made with pigeon peas or yellow peas. When making …

Haitian Epis is a flavor based used in nearly all Haitian food. The recipe varies from region, but it typically contains peppers, garlic, and various herbs. The base is typically used to make rice and bean, stews, and soups. It is also used to marinate various meats and fish. Angela's mom uses tomatoes and habanero peppers too.

Haitian Epis is a flavor based used in nearly all Haitian food. The recipe varies from region, but it typically contains peppers, garlic, and various herbs. The base is typically used to make rice and bean, stews, and soups. It is also used to marinate various meats and fish. Angela's mom uses tomatoes and habanero peppers too.

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