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Sunday, August 19, 2012

Usually, what time do families in Haiti sit down to have dinner? or Is it supper? And, what about snack time? Thanks!

Dine (dinner), in Haiti, is anytime between noon and three in the after noon.
It's the biggest meal of the day.
Soupe (supper) is a night time snack, right before bedtime. A lot of people usually have labouyi (porridge) for supper.  Also, some people may buy fritay (fried foods) from the many street vendors that you'll find in the street corners cooking usually, under, the light poles.
And... People who have the means, do snack.  And those that are less fortunate must wait for dine or soupe time.
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