Haitian Independence Soup with Elsy Dinvil 2/23 11am

Haitian Independence Soup with Elsy Dinvil 2/23 11am


Learn how to make one of most hearty soups. Haitian Independence soup is a soup Haitian slaves used to prepare for their French masters, but they were not allowed to eat it. When Haiti gained their independence from France on January 1, 1804, the slaves celebrated by making and eating that same pumpkin soup. The soup is very versatile and is made with about all sorts of fresh veggies. We will make a vegan and one with beef.

Ingredients: squash, carrots, celery, turnips, chayote squash, garlic, lime juice, penne pasta, leeks, green onions, onions, parsley, thyme, bell peppers, habanero pepper, green cabbage, potatoes, & zucchini. Yum!

Elsy Dinvil is owner of Creole Cravings catering company and author of the cookbook, “Cooking with my Mother: your guide to Haitian Home Cooking”.

Ages: 12+

2/23 11am-2pm

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