Pikliz, pronounced PICK-leez, is the most popular condiment and cultural symbol of Haiti! Traditionally, every Haitian home makes its own batch and keeps a jar on the table to be enjoyed with all savory meals. Americans who have ever enjoyed an authentic Haitian meal will recognize pikliz as the spicy slaw served along with meals.

plaintain chips


Plantain chips are abundantly available along the main streets in Port-au-Prince, Haiti's capital. Street vendors cheerfully offer you a bag of chips while another follows behind with a refreshing bottle of water. This is our favorite snack combo - but we like to kick it up a notch, adding a guacomole dip to be enjoyed with our chips.

dry spice blend


The Haitian cuisine is quite robust in flavor, but also well-balanced. Like many cultures, the traditional Haitian cooking process is ritualistically time-consuming! Ain't nobody got time for that! Hence, we are very proud of our dry spice blend that helps cut through the layers of techniques while maintaining beautiful flavors full of tradition and boldness.