Ayiti

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International Cooking Series
Beautiful Quisqueya: Ayiti & La República Dominicana - Part 2

1. Diri ak djon djon 🇭🇹

2. Tres Leche 🇩🇴

3. Griot 🇭🇹

4. Flan de auyama 🇩🇴

5. Pâté 🇭🇹

6. Asopao de pollo 🇩🇴

7. Macaroni au gratin 🇭🇹

8. Pica Pollo 🇩🇴    

9. Pikliz 🇭🇹

10. Plátanos al caldero 🇩🇴
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I have to repost my art with DeviantArt watermarks because I’ve had people repost my art without my permission and not even source me. So here are some of the girls that I have done so far. There is a second post coming with the rest of the because of Tumblr’s posting limit. Ah well… All these girls are available on my Redbubble and my Society6 for purchase. 

1. Dominican Republic

2. Colombia

3. Mexico

4. Brazil

5. Puerto Rico

6. Barbados

7. Haiti

8. Cuba

9. Honduras

10. Guyana

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Everyday Haiti 🇭🇹
🙋🏽 Raise your hand if you’ve had Haiti street food!
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International Cooking Series

Beautiful Quisqueya : Ayiti & La República Dominicana - Part 1

1. Los Tres Golpes 🇩🇴

2. Kremas 🇭🇹

3. Chimichurri/Chimi Dominicano con Batata Frita 🇩🇴

4. Poisson Gros Sel avec Diri ak Pwa 🇭🇹

5.Moro de Guandules/Arroz con Gandules y Albóndigas con Tostones 🇩🇴

6. Salad Betrav avec Poule en Sauce 🇭🇹

7. Croquetas y Pastelitos 🇩🇴 

8. Accra 🇭🇹 

9. Morir Soñando 🇩🇴

10. Sancocho 🇩🇴

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International Cooking : Puerto Rico [Part 3 - Las Últimas Recetas]

1. Jibarito Sandwich

2. Polenta  

3. Alcapurrias

4. Ponque (Bizcocho Puertorriqueño)

5. Arroz con Pollo

6. Coquito 

7. Arroz Mamposteao

8. Pastelitos de Guayaba, Polvorones or Mantecaditos, and Quesitos

9. Papa Rellena 

“It’s important to share stories about the diasporic global-Black experience, because it’s so varied. It’s really refreshing to have other perspectives and to realize that we’re all connected–interconnected. Not just, actually people of color….but there’s a lot of trading of lifestyles and stories within this series–that I think affects even more than just people of color.” - @NikkiBeharie