Thanksgiving in Haitian Creole....and TonmTonm, the Breadfruit Story...(thanksgiving-tonmtonm-veritab-audio.mp3)

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Thanksgiving in Haitian Creole: Creolizing the Turkey (Kodin), Breadfruit (veritab) Story, and Haitian Meat Recipes

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Vocabulary:

Bouyon Bèf - Beef Stew

Se vyann bèf ak tomat e piman bouk. Li gou anpil. (It is a flavorful, tasty beef with tomatoes and peppers.)

Diri kole / Diri ak Pwa - Riz et Pois - Haitian red beans and rice

Diri Olè - Haitian Rice Pudding - Arroz con Leche

Griyo (Grillots) - Yummy, Tasty, flavorful cubes of glazed, fried pork

These cubes are often soaked for an hour or so in sour orange marinade, then slow-roasted until they become tender. Then fry them in oil until they look caramelized. Yummy!

Mayi Moulen (Mais moulu, french) - Haitian Cornmeal Mush

Thanksgiving Vocabulary:

Cornbread or American cornmeal bread - Pen mayi Moulen

Cranberry - Kannbèj

Squash / pumpkin - joumou (gato joumou - pumpkin pie)

Patat dous - sweet potatoes called yams in the US.

Yams can be white and yellow in the Caribbean and Africa. Yanm is the creole word.

Kodin woti - roasted turkey, dinde rôtie

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On the Menu - Sur La Table - Sa N’ap Sèvi

Non Resèt Ayisyen - Names of Haitian Recipes - Les Noms des Recettes Haitiennes - Los Nombres de las Recetas Haitianas

Bannann Peze - Haitian twice-fried green plantains

Bananes Pesées (French)

Tostones is bannann peze is a snack or side dish in Puerto Rico, Cuba, and the Dominican Republic.

Patacones is bannann peze in Central America, Peru, Ecuador and Venezuela

Notes: You will need a tostonera to flatten the plantains before their second frying. Or any flat surface, a glass or a small plate will do too.

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Vocabulary: Bouyon Bèf - Beef Stew

Diri kole / Diri ak Pwa - Riz et Pois - Haitian red beans and rice Diri Olè - Haitian Rice Pudding - Arroz con Leche Griyo - fried pork

Mayi Moulen - Haitian Cornmeal Mush Thanksgiving

Vocabulary: Cornbread or American cornmeal bread - Pen mayi Moulen

Cranberry - Kannbèj

Squash / pumpkin - joumou (gato joumou - pumpkin pie)

Patat dous - sweet potatoes called yams in the US. Yams can be white and yellow in the Caribbean and Africa. Yanm is the creole word. Kodin woti - roasted turkey, dinde rôtie

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On the Menu - Sur La Table - Sa N’ap Sèvi Non Resèt Ayisyen -

Names of Haitian Recipes - Les Noms des Recettes Haitiennes - Los Nombres de las Recetas Haitianas

Bannann Peze - Haitian twice-fried green plantains

Thanksgiving Vocabulary:

Cornbread or American cornmeal bread - Pen mayi Moulen

Cranberry - Kannbèj

Squash / pumpkin - joumou (gato joumou - pumpkin pie)

Patat dous - sweet potatoes called yams in the US. Yams can be white and yellow in the Caribbean and Africa. Yanm is the creole word. Kodin woti - roasted turkey, dinde rôtie

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On the Menu - Sur La Table - Sa N’ap Sèvi Non Resèt Ayisyen - Names of Haitian Recipes - Les Noms des Recettes Haitiennes - Los Nombres de las Recetas Haitianas

(While cooking and sharing Haitian foods with my college roommates from Central America and South America, I learned many things. I made a few discoveries. When we compared our foodstuffs, we found out they are just the same things but they come with different names) For example: Start with these two ingredients, green plantains, not the bananas we eat!

Vocabulary - Vocabulaire - Mo Nouvo (New words) Bannann Peze - Haitian twice-fried green plantains (Use the green plantains to make bannann peze, not the bananas) Bananes Pesées (French) Lwildoliv / Lwil doliv - Olive oil (use it to fry the smashed plantain...add a little bit of salt)

Ripe Banana and Plantains: Fig (ripe banana) ak Bannann (green plantains)

My Central American, Peruvian, Venezuelan College mates helped me get this information: Tostones is bannann peze. It is a snack or side dish in Puerto Rico, Cuba, and the Dominican Republic. Patacones is bannann peze in some Central American countries. My Venezuelan friend told me it is known as Patacones there. Notes: You will need a tostonera to flatten the plantains before their second frying. According to my Dominican friend, any flat surface, a glass or a small plate will do too. I have even seen her using a bowl to flatten the plantain chunks.

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Purchase a copy of "Haitian Foods and Fruits Names...from Amazon Kindle as a kindle ebook. ============ Thanksgiving in Haitian Creole: Creolizing the Turkey (Kodin), Breadfruit (veritab) Story, and Haitian Meat Recipes Purchase a PDF copy of "Thanksgiving in Haitian Creole: Creolizing the Turkey (Kodin), Breadfruit (veritab) Story, and Haitian Meat Recipes"

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Bouyon Bèf - Beef Stew

Bouyon kabrit - Beef stew

Diri kole / Diri ak Pwa - Riz et Pois - Haitian red beans and rice

Diri Olè - Haitian Rice Pudding - Arroz con Leche

Griyo (Grillots) - Yummy, Tasty, flavorful cubes of glazed, fried pork

These cubes are often soaked for an hour or so in sour orange marinade, then slow-roasted until they become tender. Then fry them in oil until they look caramelized. Yummy! Bouch lolo!

Mayi Moulen - Haitian Cornmeal Mush

Thanksgiving Vocabulary:

Cornbread or American cornmeal bread - Pen mayi Moulin

Cranberry - Kannbèj

Squash / pumpkin - joumou (gato joumou - pumpkin pie)

Patat dous - sweet potatoes called yams in the US.

Yams can be white and yellow in the Caribbean and Africa. Yanm is the creole word.

Kodin woti - roasted turkey, dinde rôtie

Tasty - gou anpil

Flavorful - Gen bon ode, santi bon

Yummy - Se koupe dwèt!

Yummy - Dlo koule nan bouch!

Yummy - Bouch lolo!

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Haitian Foods and Fruits Names...from Barnes and Noble as a Nook ebook.

Purchase a copy of "Haitian Foods and Fruits Names...from Amazon Kindle as a kindle ebook.

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Haitian Foods and Fruits Names...from Barnes and Noble as a Nook ebook.

Purchase a copy of "Haitian Foods and Fruits Names...from Amazon Kindle as a kindle ebook.


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