Good Friday

Today is good Friday! In Haiti, during the holy week, meat is usually not eaten. But that rule is mostly stressed on good Friday. (Vandredi Sen- Vendredi Saint). On that day, Mom would have a lot of vegetables prepared. Potatoes beets carrots sweet potato breadfruit (which technically is a fruit ) . She sometimes prepared saladsContinue reading “Good Friday”

Touffé d’ Aubergine et de Mirliton

“CHAYOTE SQUASH (militon) must not be eaten by a man, or he will become partially impotent.” Bryant C. Freeman, Ph.D. Third-World Folk Beliefs and Practices: Haitian Medical Anthropology. La Presse Evangélique Wikipedia says: “A 1998 study at the Institute of Biology of São Paulo State University, Brazil, found eggplant juice to significantly reduce weight, plasma cholesterol levels, and aortic cholesterolContinue reading “Touffé d’ Aubergine et de Mirliton”