Thanksgiving in Haitian Creole: Creolizing the Turkey (Kodin), TonmTonm, the Breadfruit (veritab) Story, and Haitian Meat Recipes

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Or download a copy of "Thanksgiving in Haitian Creole...and TonmTonm, The Breadfruit Story..." from Smsahwords.com nowVocabulary: Bouyon Bèf - Beef Stew - Boeuf à l’Haitienne Se vyann bèf ak tomat e piman bouk. Li gou anpil. (It is a flavorful, tasty beef with tomatoes and peppers.) Diri kole / Diri ak Pwa - Riz et Pois - Haitian red beans and rice Diri Olè - Haitian Rice Pudding - Arroz con Leche Griyo (Grillots) - Yummy, Tasty, flavorful cubes of glazed, fried pork These cubes are often soaked for an hour or so in sour orange marinade, then slow-roasted until they become tender. Then fry them in oil until they look caramelized. Yummy! Mayi Moulin (Mais moulu) - Haitian Cornmeal Mush Thanksgiving Vocabulary: Cornbread or American cornmeal bread - Pen mayi Moulin Cranberry - Kannbèj Squash / pumpkin - joumou (gato joumou - pumpkin pie) Patat dous - sweet potatoes called yams in the US. Yams can be white and yellow in the Caribbean and Africa. Yanm is the creole word. Kodin woti - roasted turkey, dinde rôtie ================ On the Menu - Sur La Table - Sa N’ap Sèvi Non Resèt Ayisyen - Names of Haitian Recipes - Les Noms des Recettes Haitiennes - Los Nombres de las Recetas Haitianas

Bannann Peze - Haitian twice-fried green plantains Bananes Pesées (French) Tostones is bannann peze is a snack or side dish in Puerto Rico, Cuba, and the Dominican Republic. Patacones is bannann peze in Central America, Peru, Ecuador and Venezuela Notes: You will need a tostonera to flatten the plantains before their second frying. Or any flat surface, a glass or a small plate will do too.

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Bouyon Bèf - Beef Stew - Boeuf à l’Haitienne Se vyann bèf ak tomat e piman bouk. Li gou anpil. (It is a flavorful, tasty beef with tomatoes and peppers.) Diri kole / Diri ak Pwa - Riz et Pois - Haitian red beans and rice Diri Olè - Haitian Rice Pudding - Arroz con Leche Griyo (Grillots) - Yummy, Tasty, flavorful cubes of glazed, fried pork These cubes are often soaked for an hour or so in sour orange marinade, then slow-roasted until they become tender. Then fry them in oil until they look caramelized. Yummy! Mayi Moulin (Mais moulu) - Haitian Cornmeal Mush Thanksgiving Vocabulary: Cornbread or American cornmeal bread - Pen mayi Moulin Cranberry - Kannbèj Squash / pumpkin - joumou (gato joumou - pumpkin pie) Patat dous - sweet potatoes called yams in the US. Yams can be white and yellow in the Caribbean and Africa. Yanm is the creole word. Kodin woti - roasted turkey, dinde rôtie ================ On the Menu - Sur La Table - Sa N’ap Sèvi Non Resèt Ayisyen - Names of Haitian Recipes - Les Noms des Recettes Haitiennes - Los Nombres de las Recetas Haitianas

Bannann Peze - Haitian twice-fried green plantains Bananes Pesées (French) Tostones is bannann peze is a snack or side dish in Puerto Rico, Cuba, and the Dominican Republic. Patacones is bannann peze in Central America, Peru, Ecuador and Venezuela Notes: You will need a tostonera to flatten the plantains before their second frying. Or any flat surface, a glass or a small plate will do too.

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Category:Sante - Health - Technology -- posted at: 8:52pm PST

Population movements in the wake of disasters make it difficult to deliver the right amount of humanitarian aid to the right places. During the earthquake and ensuing cholera epidemic in Haiti, researchers at Karolinska Institutet, Sweden, and Columbia University, USA, developed a new method for solving this problem – they monitored the continual movements of two million anonymous mobile phones and reported directly to the humanitarian relief organisations on the ground. The method, which is now presented in the scientific journal PLoS Medicine, may have a major impact on future disaster relief.

Every year, over 100 million people are affected by disasters, and many of them move from their homes, leaving them in dire need of help. Despite the huge sums of money spent on delivering humanitarian aid to disaster-struck areas, there is often a severe lack of basic information on the locations of the people in need of help as well as of the number of people who have left the disaster area. This seriously hampers aid coordinators in their efforts to deliver the right amount of supplies to the right places, even when sufficient resources are available.

"This is a huge problem, but by using data supplied by mobile phone operators, we now have a good chance of charting the movements of populations in disaster situations," says Dr Linus Bengtsson, doctoral student at Karolinska Institutet, who has led the development of the method.

After the Haiti earthquake of January 2010, there were reports of large migrations of people out of the capital Port-au-Prince. Researchers at Karolinska Institutet and Columbia University in New York sought the cooperation of Digicel, the largest mobile phone operator in Haiti, and started to monitor the daily movements of two million mobile phones by analysing anonymised data on which mobile phone towers were used to make calls. They then reported their analyses directly to the UN and other aid organisations working in Haiti.

Later that year, Haiti was struck by a serious outbreak of cholera.

"We rapidly received mobile phone data and within 12 hours we were able to send out analyses describing which areas had received people from the cholera outbreak zone in order to provide information on areas at potentially increased risk of new outbreaks," says Dr Bengtsson.

The results of their analyses are now published in PLoS Medicine. In their paper, the researchers estimate that over 600,000 people had left Port-au-Prince 19 days after the earthquake, and trace the migration patterns over the country on maps. They also show how the movements of the mobile phones matched those of a large UN-led study conducted in a stable phase six months later. At the same time, their analyses differed widely from the estimated migration patterns that were used during the initial phase of the relief response.

"Our work was very much appreciated by the aid organisations on the ground, and we believe that the method can bring about important improvements in humanitarian relief and development cooperation," says Dr Bengtsson. "We're now setting up a non-profit organisation to carry out this type of analyses on a routine basis during future disasters."

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5.25" x 8" (13.335 x 20.32 cm)

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ISBN-13: 978-1451536119

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