Favorite Soda ! Bon bagay... Haiti

Couronne Fruit Champagne is a non-alcoholic beverage that is quite popular in Haiti. It was actually my favorite drink. I had it with almost every meal during my first visit to Haiti, and I found i very addicting.

Plantain Cups with Shrimp and Avocado Salad

Plantain Cups with Shrimp and Avocado Salad

These fried plantain cups with shrimp and avocado salad are an awesome Latin hand-held appetizer or dinner option that will truly impress your guests!

Ghanaian Haitian themed cake by @cakesbystyles  #choute4love #idoghana #cake #inspiration #instalike #awesome

Love this, but I'd do Haitian-American theme instead! Ghanaian Haitian themed cake by

A Sophisticated Wedding Infused with Haitian Culture in New Rochelle, NY - Munaluchi Bridal Magazine

For their sophisticated New York nuptials, Cassandre and Alain brought the Midas touch, mixing shades of purple, and blush with opulent gold tones.

Haitian Beignets (Beignets de Carnaval):

Haitian Beignets (Beignets de Carnaval)

These Beignets remind me of Carnaval (Mardi-Gras) and good times. In Haiti during the Carnaval and Mardi-Gras, families, relatives and friends gather together to enjoy the festivities and this delectable casual desert made with bananas.

Cremas is the boozy Haitian version of egg nog. Often compared to Irish cream or Puerto Rican coquito. Only a few steps and you will be transcend into the tropical island. It's egg-free and it would make a perfect gift for loved ones.

The Homemade Kremas Recipe You Need In Your Life

This homemade Kremas Recipe is the tasty and festive holiday cocktail you need to spice up your party and get-togethers.

A Sophisticated Wedding Infused with Haitian Culture in New Rochelle, NY - Munaluchi Bridal Magazine

A Sophisticated Wedding Infused with Haitian Culture in New Rochelle, NY - Munaluchi Bridal Magazine.( love the tradition todays' vibe.

Bride and Groom's Grand Entrance A Haitian Wedding Video Toronto Best Videographer Photographer GTA

Akasan is a corn flour based shake popular in Haiti. Unlike traditional shakes this shake starts by cooking corn flour.  The drink can be served warm, but it usually chilled and served as a refreshing drink.

Akasan is a corn flour based shake popular in Haiti. Unlike traditional shakes this shake starts by cooking corn flour. The drink can be served warm, but it usually chilled and served as a refreshing drink.

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