Join us for the 3rd Annual cultural and food event Taste of Haiti showcasing everything Haitian in the heart of North Miami! An entire afternoon filled with family friendly activities! Come enjoy great food, music, arts and crafts!
Taste of Haiti website
VENDORS: Click here for the application
Don't miss the Madame Gougousse chef cook-off!
It was a pleasure for us to meet all of the people who stopped by our tent at Taste of Haiti! Endy and I are grateful for your support!
We were selling jewelry at the event this year, but we are most grateful for the interaction with you all! The Real Haiti is about empowering each other, not competing or getting rich. Knowing that we are responsible for reigniting your fire for your love for Haiti is the most rewarding part.
Thank you everyone for your support and love. We continue this empire to keep inspiring you! …and our hopes and dreams for Haiti!
Diana & Endy
We shared a table with Ginen Creations by Sophie pictured below. Special thanks to our sister in law Martine for her help!
It always takes me a week or two to get a blog post up after I've returned from Haiti. I go into a US culture shock and I have to adjust back to my life as a blan trapped in a Haitian's body…lol. Here goes the first one after our trip this March.
After arriving from the airport, we went straight to Endy's mom's house. I got out of the car and the first thing I hear is, "DIANA, DIANA, DIANA, DIANA!!!" I turn around and here comes running our cousin's little boy Skye (pictured third on right). He was walking with his other cousins and uncle from church and saw me down the road all dressed in his little black suit with his orange shirt, tie and handkerchief.
I've had a special bond with this kid since he was a baby, born right before the 2010 earthquake. Not sure what's funnier, the fact that he is almost more mature than I am at 31 or that every time he sees a blan on TV he says it's me. These 3 are just too cute!