Here is a product that i am proud to show. the new "Le Chic Poulet by Haiti Broilers S.A.. It has been a long time since we have been able to produce our own. This is a chicken produced in Haiti by the Jamaica Broilers Group. A year after being in Haiti, Jamaica Broilers Group, said he expects "great things" from Haiti
Chicken, eggs and other by-products of poultry are once again allowed to cross the border from the Dominican Republic into Haiti. Following a ban on all products of that nature from its closest neighbor earlier this month, Haiti has since entered into an agreement that will see the return of the trade once certain standards and requirements have been met by Dominican Republic exporters and Haitian importers. The Haitian veterinary service must be furnished with a list of all farms in the Dominican Republic which have been deemed free of the avian flu and then permits must be sought to transport the products into Haiti.
One thing that differentiate the people from the North of Haiti to the rest of the country is their cooking with cashews. This has become a signature dish for there people. You will find cashews whether they are cooking fish, pork, chicken or beef. The most famous dish of all is Poul ak Nwa (Chicken with Cashews) a North Signature Dish.
Here is what you need to make Poul ak Nwa (Chicken with Cashews): Obviously cashews, chicken), lime, pikliz, garlic cloves, onion, shallot, scallion, green bell pepper, red bell pepper, parsley or cilantro sprig, thyme sprig, whole cloves, salt, black pepper, tomato paste, and sos ti-malis
Poul ak Nwa may be also accompanied by rice.
Here is a picture of the Evengelist Frere Joel going across Haiti and exposing the beauty of Haiti. In this picture, Frere Joel of La Bonne Nouvelle is telling the viewers how Haitians love Poule Payi, which is Natural chicken. Frere Joel was able to remain positive and only showed the beautiful accomplishments of the Haitias all over Haiti. This picture was taken in Hinche
Here is a picture of Frere Joel integrating in the Haiti day to day life. He is buying Chicken in Haiti. These are called Poule Peyi which is natural chicken. Most Haitians prefer these chickens instead of the foreign chicken. These video series by Frere Joel are very popular in haiti as they respect the dignity of the Haitian population