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    Haitian Foods, Dishes and Restaurants

    Come in here and let's talk about foods from Haiti

    Like common foods from Haiti.

    Dishes cooked in Haiti

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    In the country/state you live in what are some of your favorite Haitian Restaurants? Where are they located?






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    In Boston there is Picasso's on blue hill, Bonn appetite then ah nice one i went to last week in simmorville, also on blue hill avenue. I like haitian Jon jon (black rice made with mushrooms) i enjoy sus pois (peas sauce mad with spices and coconut milk then blended to a pulp)...i LOVE legume its like spinach made with meat and noice noice spices.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chie View Post
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    Quote Originally Posted by mz_JazE View Post
    you knew that was gonna happen
    well.... um... yeah...
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    GRIOT (FRIED PORK BITS)

    Griot is, without a doubt the most popular Haitian dish served at every party. Marinated with Caribbean spices, it goes well with fried plantains and pikliz (cabbage marinated with scotch bonnet pepper and vinegar)
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    DU RIZ COLE (RICE WITH BEANS)
    Rice with beans, if Haiti has a national dish this would be it. Haitians call it “viff” source of life. Rice coupled with beans provides the body with starch for energy and is an important source of proteins, carbohydrates, dietary fiber, and certain minerals and vitamins.
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    doh lie

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    neevr ate Haitian food

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    Polenta with Herring

    (mais mollu ak aransow)

    Bring back an old favorite from the countryside to an elaborate dining room table. Polenta with herring is an extraordinary dish usually prepared by the less fortunate people of Haiti. It usually looks like thick mush (made of cornmeal boiled in water with herring and plenty of spices added).




    Herring is prepared with butter, onions, and red bell peppers, scotch bonnet peppers and olive oil. And the polenta is cook in water flavored with garlic and then bake to keep it from being too mushy. Cut into small pieces topped with herring.
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    this looks like the remains when i buy a spicy beef patty with cocobread from golden krust


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    PATTE VIANDE (HAITIAN BEEF PATIES)

    These patties can be filled with beef, codfish, or chicken but the most popular filling is beef. Goes well with coffee for breakfast, served as hors d’oeuvres at parties. It is also very popular at funerals and wakes.
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    TRini trini>>Mais mullay is like cucu...in case yuh didnt know..and thr fried pork is spelt "GRIOT"
    ok go ahead..i have had a few haitian room mates...lol...carry on
    i tink haitian patties r da best in the werl oui!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chie View Post
    doh lie

    you know if you saw that, you would do ah michael jackson

    moonwalk back to the dancefloor and out the front door
    lol well I doh eat pork... maybe once in a blue monon

    Quote Originally Posted by Dr Insane View Post
    neevr ate Haitian food
    Meh either but I keep eyeing some restaurants and want to try some.
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