Haitian cuisine, with its strong African and French influences, holds a unique position in the world of Caribbean cooking. --Fequiere Vilsaint, Miami Book Fair, Oct. 27, 2005
Mona Cassion Menager is a Medical Doctor with a passion for the art of Fine Cuisine. Her interest developed by the lifelong love and appreciation of Haitian food in her family, from her grandmother to her mother and now to her and her children. She carefully select recipes, ingredients, methods, and tips to pass on the pleasure of preparing and serving delicious Haitian food with style and confidence.
There used to be a street vendor (marchand) in Kenscoff who would sell Bonbon Sirops for 1 cent apiece and I missed eating them. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Yasmine Sanderson
After a recent trip to Haiti, my daughter and I absolutely fell in love with the country and the cuisine! Read morePublished 17 months ago by Beth P. Waldeck
I bought this for my wife whom is Haitian, I bought this as a gift because I love Haitian food so much, the book is good and very detailed in the recipes, but when I got the book... Read morePublished 17 months ago by Damian Figueroa
I give it 5 stars because I was able to find in this book a recipe for a rare Haitian dish called Kabiche/Cabiche. Read morePublished 20 months ago by Venuziak
As a Haitian person, I love this book. It gives me menu ideas and also to learn different food variation from different regions of Haiti.
This book gives you a wide varity of things to make. I have made the fried bread, the pineapple Rhum cake.Published on April 1, 2013 by Angela Carrington
This author really did a great job explaining and displaying the value of Haitian cuisine. I love the book and use it over and over again. Great transaction.Published on March 18, 2013 by ludie