Have you ever tried Haitian food? Switch it up and try Joyce’s incredible family…

0



Have you ever tried Haitian food? Switch it up and try Joyce’s incredible family recipe! 😍




Source

Categories: Tasty

25 comments

  1. Anonymous said on February 13, 2018 Reply

    One thing I can say is as a Haitian chef we don’t season our meat with the ingredients like that we blend it all together and then we marinade the meat. You can make seasons for a whole month and store it in the fridge

  2. Anonymous said on February 13, 2018 Reply

    Haha the food looks delish, but the star here is the presenter! I just want to hang out with her and be friends! She’s lovely!

  3. Anonymous said on February 13, 2018 Reply

    Makes me drool just watching! Would definitely have to plan ahead for the timing on this meal but it looks worth it!

  4. Anonymous said on February 13, 2018 Reply

    I have a Haitian king, and we make griot and pikiliz, plantain, rice and beans and kremas at least once a week. It’s amazing.

  5. Anonymous said on February 13, 2018 Reply

    Yoooo what is this bullshit she only vinegar in the pikliz disrespectful af 🤦🏾‍♀️🤬😡 Tahoe didn’t even break the magi tf Jackie Samantha Germelus Elidyanova Guerrier

  6. Anonymous said on February 13, 2018 Reply

    Usually scared to try different foods, but this looks do-able. Looks like it tastes good too. Plus, I like the girl who presented it. Good job!🙂

  7. Anonymous said on February 13, 2018 Reply

    Oh my God my mouth was watery! It’s a blessing to try different culture meals. Thank you for sharing!

  8. Anonymous said on February 13, 2018 Reply

    I want to travel to Haiti next year. Anyone there or been there that can let me in on what to check out while visiting?

  9. Anonymous said on February 13, 2018 Reply

    Love ppl, all ppl when they celebrate their food heritage no matter how far from their native country. We can all live here in the USA in peace if we respect each other. I love me some USA type food and love me some Mexican food. It’s who I am. Both!

  10. Anonymous said on February 13, 2018 Reply

    Veronica Marie Lawone King Jacque Renee UHM, ok!!!! I think we need to try this next time I cook for you guys!!!!!

  11. Anonymous said on February 13, 2018 Reply

    If it doesn’t involve epis, I’m not sure it’s legit. Head over to loveforhaitianfood.com and get legitimate recipes. Makes my house smell like Haiti every time we cook.

  12. Anonymous said on February 13, 2018 Reply

    Yes please! Bring on these videos all year long, please! The food looks delicious and I love learning new dishes to make.

  13. Anonymous said on February 13, 2018 Reply

    Yo that’s dope, I feel like having more countries represent and cook a meal from wherever they’re from would be a cool idea to do if you get the right people.

  14. Anonymous said on February 13, 2018 Reply

    Shout out to my Haitian, now feel like making some griot, and I just make some great legume diri blan sauce pwa blan koupe dwet, for people who don’t know about our seasoning this a picture

  15. Anonymous said on February 13, 2018 Reply

    So many negative comments, get OUT OF HERE and go kick some rocks. But like damn you go girl!!! You deserve to be proud and this looks amazing!!!

  16. Anonymous said on February 13, 2018 Reply

    Sandra Thomas She did her marinade way different them us..we should try her way too!! Cause it looked deeeelishhh!!

  17. Anonymous said on February 13, 2018 Reply

    This is awesome! Looks like My lovely Dominican food. We share the island but definitely different flavors and cooking style!

  18. Anonymous said on February 13, 2018 Reply

    Damn I just got super hungry. Anyone who can make this for me on the regular can stay rent free at my house 😅

  19. Anonymous said on February 13, 2018 Reply

    I love that an actual Haitian is cooking Haitian food.

  20. Anonymous said on February 13, 2018 Reply

    Natacha Pierre Wilson is this a legit Haitian recipe? If so, when are you cooking it, and when can I come over to eat it? Minus the rice, please…and thank you! xoxo

  21. Anonymous said on February 13, 2018 Reply

    Florencia Delva tell Oli next time I come over to please prepare this for us lol 😂 he has to keep his food culture !! It is not for us. It is for him lol 😂

  22. Anonymous said on February 13, 2018 Reply

    I would have used some type of stock (maybe vegetable stock) instead of water. Other than that, it looks really good!!!😋😋😋

  23. Anonymous said on February 13, 2018 Reply

    Maybe the Clinton Foundation will buy every Haitian a deep fryer and an oven. Wouldn’t that be nice?

  24. Anonymous said on February 13, 2018 Reply

    Can you use a more mild pepper or will that affect the overall flavor too much? This looks incredible but I cannot do super spicy food. Any recommendations on different peppers to use?

  25. Anonymous said on February 13, 2018 Reply

    I love slow food. I love the love and attention that ingredients took and turn into something so delicious and cherisable for the family

Leave a Reply

Note: Comments on the web site reflect the views of their respective authors, and not necessarily the views of this web portal. Members are requested to refrain from insults, swearing and vulgar expression. We reserve the right to delete any comment without notice or explanations.

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are signed with *

*
*