It just seems like another way to feel at one with the Haitian people in their time of need.
Sent by FionaEditor: Fiona, thanks for the great question. This is indeed a great time to take a look at Haitian recipes and cuisine. We are not familiar at all with the cooking of Haiti, however, so we hope that some of our Haitian-American readers can give us their thoughts and suggestions.
Here are a few websites we found as we were looking for Haitian recipes:
The recipes on these sites reminded us of our time in Kenya, and some of the classic foods eaten by subsistence farmers in warm climates of the world. Rice, beans, plantains, and vegetables — they all figure large, with a relatively small amount of meat since it is much more expensive.
Also check out this post on The Kitchn:
This is another good idea for a fundraiser, too! Why not hold a Haitian dinner? Research and recreate a few signature Haitian dishes, and ask people to pay $25 for dinner. You could buy the ingredients for substantially less than that, and then send all the money to a medical organization or UNICEF.
Do you have suggestions for any good Haitian recipes or recipe resources?
(Image: Tigeorge's Chicken)