Talk:Haitian cuisine

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Mud Cookies[edit]

lately the privileged and lucky people of Haiti has come with this trendy way of making access to food more appealing to the average consumer, this new desert-main-dish-covers-it-all is designed to revolutionize the economic exchange between the consumer and its vital necessities of feeding itself, and it comes in the form of "dried yellow dirt from the country's central plateau" and is shaped like a delicious gray big cookie, that of course taste like and is made out of dirt. as seen in This article from the reliable NBCnews.U mad? fine.. clarify yourself. (talk) 07:01, 24 February 2013 (UTC)