food in Haiti
A group of friends gathered in an undisclosed location in the city of Hinche Haiti to eat some flame boiled goat meat (kabrit bouyi).
Nou fek mete kabrit la sou dife... We have just started cooking the goat meat, and the chef (he happens to be a police officer) is putting the final touches. LOL...
This is how you cook goat meat Haitian backyard party style: Find a big chodyè, dump the entire goat meat in there, throw in the ingredients, some plantains, some rhum Barbancourt and voila!
Goat (kabrit) and Guinea fowl (pintade) are two favorites dishes of the people in the Plateau Central department of Haiti.
Whenever you're in Hinche, be sure to enjoy some boiled kabrit or pintade. you will love it.
Wow... gade yon bel plat mayi moulen mesye, ak yon zaboka fann de bout... yummy...
In the Haitian country side, eggs are usually wrapped in Fey Maskreti (Palma Christi plan leaf, also called castor-oil plant) for safe transport to the marketplace.
The brown rope like thing that wraps the fey maskreti is "Pay Mayi" (the inner leaf of a corn)
Taken in Hinche Haiti Jul 2013
Plantain (Bannann Miske) is is a crop that is generally used for cooking in Haiti. There are different types of Plantain in Haiti, the one in this picture is caleld Bannann Miske in Haiti, at least in Hinche whre I come from. Most Haitians eat cooked Plantain (Bannan bouyi) in the morning