December 8, 2019 12:27 AM
Sometimes, as a Haitian, you find yourself working late night and suddenly you get hungry. What you eat? What do you snack on?
For you Haitians in the Diaspora, don’t tell me you go into the fridge and pull out the left over rice and beans and chicken and start eating away.
My mother in New York, she often has some Chokola in her fridge, and me I just love “Pen ak mamba” (bread and peanut butter).
My mom always keeps a couple of bags of bagels frozen in her little freezer. You toast one of them bagels and some peanut butter to it boy… You heat up that chokola and you have yourself a delicious late night Haitian snack.
Let’s not even talk about those Haitian “Patés” my dad always buy.
M’ale tande, LOL, before I start making you hungry up in here.
If you have any favorite late night Haitian food you like to make, let us know by posting a comment below.
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I live in Haiti, my favorite late night Haitian snack is Thé Gingembre and Crackers (bonbon sel).
I have that almost even night before I fall asleep even if I have
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