Saturday, January 13, 2007

Breakfast in Shenkin


Shenkin Street is a very trendy street near the shuk (market) with some lovely restaurants. In Israel, breakfast comes with a huge salad! It's quite strange getting used to having vegetables for breakfast. But after a while you long for salads at breakfast time. The first photo is a cup of tea with nana (mint leaves) - another unusual item in Israel that one gets used to. Actually, it's quite refreshing.

8 comments:

Sharon said...

Looks delish!

Kris said...

i wouldnt mind a salad, but mint tea, hmmm..

ps. welcome to DP family :)

Mandi said...

Thanks for the welcome Kris.

zannnie said...

oh, that's a nice breakfast!!:)

Carraol said...

Great shots of food, it looks quite good!

Ming_the_Merciless said...

OOoohhh! It looks sooo yummy!! And I love mint tea!!

Thanks for the wonderful photo.

Matthieu said...

I am also addicted to mint tea. Concerning the salad, I would prefer a fresh fruit salad.
Welcome to the DP community and greetings from Cherbourg-Octeville (France).

Tomate Farcie said...

I adore mint tea! And of course, a fruit sald would be nice, but this one looks very tempting...in short, I believe I could adapt :)