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    Caribbean Blogger Spotlight: EatExploreLive

    Caribbean Blogger Spotlight: EatExploreLive

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    #caribbean  #travel  #Caribbean Blogger 
    Mister “All Gold Everything” for GQ
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Michael Bastian and Trinidad James

    Mister “All Gold Everything” for GQ

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    Michael Bastian and Trinidad James

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New Coffee Retailer is Boosting Haiti’s Economy One Cup at a Time
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Haiti, producer of some of the best coffee in the world, is not represented in any of the brands a consumer sees at the local supermarket or coffee shop. New online retailer and wholesale distributor, KafePaNou.com, is hoping to change this with the introduction of Haitian grown and roasted coffee in the United States. Founded by Fabien Dodard, Jean-René Faustin and Jean-Sebastien Dodard, KafePaNou.com was created when one of the owners was drinking a cup of Haitian coffee and wanted to have as many people experience the unique taste. They feel that Haiti’s world-class, award-winning coffee is one of a kind. Kafe Pa Nou’s mission is simple – to increase awareness and demand for Haitian coffee. The online retailer features organic coffee that is grown and roasted in Haiti. Currently, Kafe Pa Nou is featuring the blends of Rebo and Selecto. Rebo follows a 30-year-old recipe and has a bold aroma with chocolate tones, light cinnamon and earthy undertones. Selecto has a delicate aroma and an excellent flavor with chocolate notes. “There are more than a million Haitians living in the United States today, and many of them are consuming coffee that is not their native coffee,” says Fabien Dodard, CEO and Co-Founder of Kafe Pa Nou. “Haitians have an appreciation for high-quality coffee and we want to bring that quality of coffee to people everywhere, no matter their location. Kafe Pa Nou allows people to do this, without having to buy a plane ticket to Haiti.” By increasing the demand for Haitian coffee in the United States, Kafe Pa Nou hopes to increase the national production of coffee, bring support to Haitian farmers, their communities and ultimately, boost the economy. Adds Dodard, “By drinking this coffee, people are contributing to a stronger Haitian economy, one cup at a time”.

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    New Coffee Retailer is Boosting Haiti’s Economy One Cup at a Time

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    Haiti, producer of some of the best coffee in the world, is not represented in any of the brands a consumer sees at the local supermarket or coffee shop. New online retailer and wholesale distributor, KafePaNou.com, is hoping to change this with the introduction of Haitian grown and roasted coffee in the United States. Founded by Fabien Dodard, Jean-René Faustin and Jean-Sebastien Dodard, KafePaNou.com was created when one of the owners was drinking a cup of Haitian coffee and wanted to have as many people experience the unique taste. They feel that Haiti’s world-class, award-winning coffee is one of a kind. Kafe Pa Nou’s mission is simple – to increase awareness and demand for Haitian coffee. The online retailer features organic coffee that is grown and roasted in Haiti. Currently, Kafe Pa Nou is featuring the blends of Rebo and Selecto. Rebo follows a 30-year-old recipe and has a bold aroma with chocolate tones, light cinnamon and earthy undertones. Selecto has a delicate aroma and an excellent flavor with chocolate notes. “There are more than a million Haitians living in the United States today, and many of them are consuming coffee that is not their native coffee,” says Fabien Dodard, CEO and Co-Founder of Kafe Pa Nou. “Haitians have an appreciation for high-quality coffee and we want to bring that quality of coffee to people everywhere, no matter their location. Kafe Pa Nou allows people to do this, without having to buy a plane ticket to Haiti.” By increasing the demand for Haitian coffee in the United States, Kafe Pa Nou hopes to increase the national production of coffee, bring support to Haitian farmers, their communities and ultimately, boost the economy. Adds Dodard, “By drinking this coffee, people are contributing to a stronger Haitian economy, one cup at a time”.

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    Talk about great scenery! I would love to be here right now!

    Talk about great scenery! I would love to be here right now!

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    #Beach 
    Tia and Tamera Mowry cover the April Issue of Essence Magazine

    Tia and Tamera Mowry cover the April Issue of Essence Magazine

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    Rohan Marley, the son of reggae legend Bob Marley, says he loved Lauryn Hill very much.

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    Much to the surprise of everyone, Marley also revealed his split with Brazilian beauty Isabeli Fontana.

    Speaking with Open Magazine, Rohan says he was very heart broken for a long time after his split with Hill, who he shared five kids with.

    “I feel sad that I loved her so much and I faltered in expressing it to her somehow,” Rohan Marley says. “It was my fault that she did not understand how I felt, and it was sad that we did not work out in that relationship sense. I was heartbroken for a long time.”

    After his split with Lauryn Hill in 2011, Rohan Marley got engaged to Isabeli Fontana, a Brazilian model, but says that relationship didn’t work out.

    “That too did not work out. Now, I am just engaged to myself,” he says with a laugh, “It is tough, but we are not to ask ourselves, ‘Could you be loved?’ but to say, ‘Yes, I am loved’.”

    Unlike his brothers who are mostly musicians, Rohan Marley is a former professional football player and is now a businessman.

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    Ziggy Marley on the Connection Between Food and Music, Eating Healthy and More
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Zagat’s Kelly Dobkin interviews Ziggy Marley on food.
Ziggy Marley, son of legendary reggae musician Bob Marley, was down at the 2013 SoBe Wine and Food Festival for a few events, and performed at the closing show, hosted  by Guy Fieri. So…why exactly is Ziggy part of a giant food fest? The musician has his own line of organic coconut oils and roasted hempseeds and is committed to supporting an organic lifestyle when it comes to food and just about everything else. We sat down with Ziggy yesterday for a chat about the importance of eating responsibly, his possible LA restaurant and more. Check it out below.
Zagat: Your event tonight supports sustainable, non-GMO foods, is this a cause that’s important to you?
ZM: It’s important to me and it’s important that we spread the ideas of eating within our means, eating within…[Full article HERE]

    Ziggy Marley on the Connection Between Food and Music, Eating Healthy and More

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    Zagat’s Kelly Dobkin interviews Ziggy Marley on food.

    Ziggy Marley, son of legendary reggae musician Bob Marley, was down at the 2013 SoBe Wine and Food Festival for a few events, and performed at the closing show, hosted  by Guy Fieri. So…why exactly is Ziggy part of a giant food fest? The musician has his own line of organic coconut oils and roasted hempseeds and is committed to supporting an organic lifestyle when it comes to food and just about everything else. We sat down with Ziggy yesterday for a chat about the importance of eating responsibly, his possible LA restaurant and more. Check it out below.

    Zagat: Your event tonight supports sustainable, non-GMO foods, is this a cause that’s important to you?

    ZM: It’s important to me and it’s important that we spread the ideas of eating within our means, eating within…[Full article HERE]

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    #Ziggy Marley  #Marley  #Celebrity  #Lifestyle 
    Tatyana Ali and her sisters at Trinidad Carnival…gorgeous!
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US actress Tatyana Ali (left) poses with her sisters Anastasia and Kimberly during their Butterflies, Beasts & Bacchanal presentation on the final day of the Trinidad and Tobago Carnival at Queen’s Park Savannah in Port of Spain.

    Tatyana Ali and her sisters at Trinidad Carnival…gorgeous!

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    US actress Tatyana Ali (left) poses with her sisters Anastasia and Kimberly during their Butterflies, Beasts & Bacchanal presentation on the final day of the Trinidad and Tobago Carnival at Queen’s Park Savannah in Port of Spain.

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    #Tatyana Ali  #Celebrity  #Trinidad  #Trinidad Carnival