Israeli Breakfast -A culinary experience
An Israeli breakfast is a distinctive style of breakfast that originated on the Israeli collective farm called a kibbutz, and is now served at most hotels in Israel and many restaurants.
It’s an open secret that if you eat an breakfast in Israel you won’t need to eat lunch. And maybe not even dinner.
The usual items on the smorgasbord are eggs in several styles (more on that later), a variety of vegetable salads (chopped cucumber and tomato, for sure), smoked fish, hard and soft cheeses, fresh breads, yogurts, fruit, granola, blintzes, vegetable soufflés, pancakes or waffles. Coffee, tea and fresh juices complement the meal, while pastries are put out for dessert