Alligator Eggs (Cajun Pickled Eggs) – They're chicken eggs, pickled with Cajun spices - A recipe straight out of the Louisiana swamp, hence the name, Alligator Eggs. I'll tell you, These eggs are absolutely wonderful! They have just the right amount of kick & a subtle hint of vinegar. Nothing overpowering, like you can find in other pickled eggs!
Thanksgiving in Haitian Creole: Creolizing Thanksgiving and the Turkey, Tonmtonm, the Breadfruit Story and Haitian Meat Recipes (What Do Haitians Eat? Haitian Foodstuffs and Fruits Names) by Laurent Dubois Descartes. $9.75. Publisher: Haitian Recipes, Recettes Haitiennes, Recetas Haitianas / Haitian Creole MP3 Series (November 15, 2011). 25 pages
There are so many versions of Poulet a L’Haitienne, Chicken in Creole Sauce, or Poule en Sauce and many names for a simple chicken dish. In the Haitian culture it is very common for a dish to have several names depending on which part of the country a person lives in. And living in the USA,...Read More »
Amphitheatre of el Jem by TravelPod Member Justine28 ... click to see full size!