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Aya 38m
“Rogue vegan” in Dalston was sooo good
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LauraPlantation Nov 27
Just a reminder that Laura will be CLOSED on Thursday, November 28th to celebrate Thanksgiving. Regular hours resume on Friday, November 29th. Happy Thanksgiving ! | Bonne Action de Grâce !
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⚜ Nov 28
Will folk stop butchering my culture????? Wtf is that??? my gran is rolling in her grave.
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Fat Fingers Kitchen Nov 19
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Garifuna Coalition Nov 14
Garifuna-American Heritage Month raises awareness of the positive contribution of migrants to American society & promotes greater appreciation of Garifuna history & traditions.
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Jasper Sembie 🇸🇱 Nov 24
It did not start with our generation! It started in the 1800s when the British colonialists appointed Creoles Charles Heddle & John Ezidio. This implied similitude to the British & injected a sense of superiority complex over indigenes.
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Indy Family Foodies Nov 10
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Southern Creole Nov 21
If you 0.001% CREOLE you definitely need this for winter. Lol, whoever think they ain’t Creole, ask ya mama nem’...
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Shay M Dec 5
Thomas Raynaud Hanks-Arceneax outchere looking like he went to Brother Martin. High School in New Orleans. Come on Thomas 🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣.
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Southern Creole Nov 19
Since 2013, I been saying Creoles Run Shit. Y’all will not leave us out, tf. Preorder:
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Garifuna Coalition Nov 13
We honor the legacy of Thomas Vincent “TV” Ramos, on the 64th anniversary of his death on November 13 1955. Continue to Rest In Peace Abuti.
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SOS Travel Nov 29
Yum yum yum 😋 Jane! Looks absolutely delicious😍☀️❤️Thankyou for the tag in for ,food one of my favourite topics too lol 😂 Here are mine, this was my first taste of in the . We enjoyed Grann Kaz that much we ate here twice 🥰
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Monique Quintero Dec 3
“You can’t be Black, Spanish, Italian, Irish and French at the same time.” Yes I can, it’s called bitch. You know... New Orleans. It’s what all yo rappers be talking about these days. “Ohhhhhh” Get out of my face.
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soulfoodscholar Nov 19
A lot of times when I speak, it's usually while other people eat. That means, I frequently don't get to eat. Nice of to fix a "to go" plate for me!! On the plate: , , , and .
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Sue Brunning Nov 5
I’m in the for my 40th birthday, driving from to . There’s lots of driving, but also lots of historic sites to visit. This is in , a 18th/19thC sugar plantation on the banks of the .
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Chef V'Nell Nov 8
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Tory McPhail Nov 7
Great recipes for gumbo in our books and just call personally with any questions - we got you & kudos on the fresh file’
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Queen 🇺🇸 SCIF Nov 20
My family. We all descend from Donato Bello (1733 - 1787), who was an Italian infantry officer in the service of the Spanish military at the Opelousas, Louisiana post. Bello was born in Naples, Italy.
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Tonya Hairston Nov 25
It’s just a lil gumbo. 😋😂 . My starts now. (From “The Boot” edition)⚜️ . . . . . . .
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Scott Alves Barton Nov 19
Schools Teaching in Instead of French on the Rise in Haiti
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