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#HaitianExcellence 👨🏾‍🍳🇭🇹 SWIPE: Haitian cousins Chef Smith St. Juste and Peter Medoit recently opened a Caribbean restaurant, La Perle in their hometown of Stamford, CT. Fusing their passions for food and architecture, Smith is the head chef for the restaurant while Peter designed the space. — The cousins transformed a former swanky downtown lounge into a modern, yet chic Caribbean fusion restaurant. With a small Caribbean community, many of the local residents are excited to have its first Caribbean dining and lounge experience in the city. Check out their interview on @styleandvibes — Source @styleandvibes #lunionsuite #haitianamerican #caribbean #restaurant

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#HaitianExcellence 🇭🇹 At 8 years old Delphine Dauphin is already an entrepreneur and an author. She is the owner and CEO of Joys Yummy Cupcakes and the author of I am a Kid-trepreneur. She launched her business on July 23rd, 2016 and has served over 50 customers every weekend since then. — Delphine has exhibited her delicacies at Miami Gardens Wine and Food Festival, Tri-rail Fun Day, North Miami Beach Heart Health Walk and the first annual Children Business Fair in Dadeland. She was also a 2017 Miami Book Fair Presenting Author, an honor she shares among the likes of Former President Barack Obama, Edwige Danticat, and Trevor Noah. — Delphine is also a philanthropist and inspirational speaker on top of being a high-end bakery owner and author. She is a great example of how you’re never too young to achieve your dreams and an inspiration to any young girl who to has a dream of her own. #lunionsuite #haitianamerican #haitian #blackexcellence

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#HaitianExcellence 🇭🇹🇭🇹 The Haitian-born Chef Paul Toussaint’s resilience and respect has defined Montreal restaurant called Agrikol, co-founded by Haitian-Canadian singer Régine Chassagne, and her husband Win Butler both from Canadian band, Arcade Fire. — Born in Jacmel, Paul Toussaint moved to Canada in 2007, and completed studies in Ottawa then moved to Montreal where his culinary trajectory started. After graduating from his culinary studies, Toussaint landed an apprenticeship at Montréal’s revered restaurant called “Toqué” which gave Toussaint a huge boost. After the Haiti earthquake, he went back to Haiti for four years to work on a hotel project. — Toussaint returned to Montreal, as he was requested by the owners to be Agrikol’s executive Chef. With a deep appreciation for hard work and strong leadership, Toussaint inspired change the moment he arrived. He brought the experience and soul to Agrikol. I met Paul Toussaint while having lunch at Agrikol and he is so welcoming and joyful. He truly made my experience even more worthwhile. — Blogged by Hülya M. @lya_azanaise Source: Montreal Gazette | @agrikol_mtl #lunionsuite #haitianamerican #haiti #montreal #canadian

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