Cooking With Culture And Confidence During Unprecedented Times With Nadege Fleurimond

Many are choosing new hobbies and exploring their God given talents during these unprecedented times.  For some, they have turned their love towards the kitchen.  From new recipes, to sharing a love for culture to exploring new flavors; cooking is serving as a great form of stress relief for many.  While mixing it up new flavors, ingredients and textures in the kitchen, why not do it in style and for the culture?  Nadege Fleurimond, is a Haitian serial entrepreneur who has graced us with cookbooks and more to share her love for cooking, catering and heritage.  She has also launched her new apron line known as Carabella Aprons.

Carabella Aprons allows you to express your love for cooking during these unsure times while also being stylish in traditional Haitian garb. The richness of the culture and heritage in Nadege’s Haitian roots are seen in this embroidered apron.  They are inspired by carabella denim which is a representation of the rich Haitian heritage.  These trendy aprons help to portray the universal language that food represents while connecting people across the globe.

Available for kids, women and men in stylish designs that display Haitian art images.  These aprons will bring confidence and fun into kitchens everywhere.  The embroidered artwork on the aprons also features designs from artist, Gracie Xavier.  Perfect for gift giving, home display and to spice up your culinary life at home; Carabella Aprons are a must have.

Nadege Fleurimond has published two culinary books:  Haiti Uncovered – A Regional Adventure into the Art of Haitian Cuisine; and the Taste of Solitude – A Culinary Journal.  Her flavorful culinary offerings express her love for tradition and heritage in print and beyond.  Follow her culinary creations, new apparel and updates online and across social media platforms.  Cook with culture and confidence as you build new cuisines for your home delight.

Writer, C. Scott, is a mompreneur, author, literacy coach and advocate.  Visit her on Instagram as @curls_coils and also @beautifulshadeslc. 

(Photo Courtesy of James Hercule)

(Photo Courtesy of Jeffrey James)

Chaundra Scott

Writer, C. Scott, is a mompreneur, author and blogger. Follow her online as @curls_coils and @mysweettealife.

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