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 no mind to in your country suddenly become a hidden treasure that’s found overseas. Once you spot it, you just want toContinue reading “Acassan”

Haitian bread

Haitian bread……..mmmmm  ……….oh Haitian bread. I don’t think there’s anything quite like it. Especially caressed with some butter and accompanied with a cup of good REBO cafe (or any Haitian coffee). I remember those genial squares that would ride in the baskets of the walking merchants passing by our neighborhood. I remember wondering how  they would keepContinue reading “Haitian bread”

Mayi moulen ak Epina e Zaboka (Cornmeal with Spinach and Avocado)

I often get reproached for always wearing dark and somber colors like black, grey and blue. I love those colors because they make me feel more mature and they slim me down around the waist a little. Also, I’m not the kind of person who loves attention. What people don’t know is that even though I love somber colors, my foodContinue reading “Mayi moulen ak Epina e Zaboka (Cornmeal with Spinach and Avocado)”