Sun Sentinel¬†|¬†August 14, 2008 | By Joan Lipinsky Cochran, Special Correspondent Step into Michele Jessica Fievre’s Pembroke Pines apartment, and you step into Haiti. It’s a world of paintings of men and women in bright clothing as well as richly decorated handicrafts, flower pots and earthenware bottles. Then there’s the food. A native of Port au Prince, Fievre takes her Haitian cooking as seriously as she does her job teaching French and English to students at Nova Middle School in Davie. It wasn’t always that way. In fact, Fievre didn’t learn to cook Haitian food until coming to the United States six years ago to attend Barry University.…