How To Make Pain Patate Haitian Style

How To Make Pain Patate Haitian Style

Learn How To Make Haitian Sweet Potato Pudding Did Someone say pain patate?! I have to tell you, that this dessert is one I love, love, love! Growing up with grand-mothers who really enjoyed cooking and baking, I tasted a variety of Haitian delectable. Sweet potato bread pudding, or ‘pain patate’ [pen patat] is one that will always remain a favorite dish from my maternal and paternal grand-mothers. They both love greeting me with a sweet surprise of pen patat [pain patate]. Easy enough, but there was a lot of effort…

Mmmm, So yummy! Shrimp and Salmon Salad As Seen On ABC LOCAL 10

Mmmm, So yummy! Shrimp and Salmon Salad As Seen On ABC LOCAL 10

I found this savory, poached shrimp and salmon recipe made with avocado, bell pepper, red onion, lime fresh curly parsley and garlic from Chef Alain Lemaire that made me drool just from a glance of the presentation photo. It says the cooking time is about 5 minutes and, of course, Preparation and plating time is about 30 minutes. No wonder… but purpose served! My attention was definitely captured. And oh yeah, you’re welcome! Let us know how it tastes. 🙂 Shrimp and Salmon Salad As Seen On ABC LOCAL 10 POACHED…

Green apples, and why they’re good for you

Green apples, and why they’re good for you

Green apples and why they’re good for you: In the United States, 73.5 million adults (31.7%) have high low-density lipoprotein (LDL), or what we refer to as bad cholesterol. Which is a substantial figure of one out of three adults. So why are we not eating more fruits like green apples?               The saying ‘an apple a day keeps the doctor away’ is a true because a green apple contains a plethora of benefits that can help improve our health. Particularly, a good source of vitamin…

Haiti: 15 Things You Didn’t Know (Part 1)

Haiti: 15 Things You Didn’t Know (Part 1)

Haiti is a beautiful country in the Caribbean sea which, due to years of poverty and instablity, remains a mysetery for most international tourists. Number Fifteen: Obscure Art “Port-au-Prince houses what is, perhaps, the oddest art gallery in the Caribbean. Aziz Rezistans is a collective art exhibition that portrays sculptures made out of human bones and metal. The whole exhibit shows a feel of Haiti’s voodoo culture.”   Source: Haiti: 15 Things You Didn’t Know (Part 1)