I am a simple man, so I like simple diner for breakfast. Starting with soup and good piece of bread, then second course of meat with good side dish, and then desert, desert could be as simple as a fruit/compote drink. I rarely get to have such breakfast, mostly because I am in the hurry all the time, but I do like it when I do have a chance.
My second favorite breakfast is boiled potato (that’s Russian in me) and herring.
And third is soft boiled egg (is there name for it?), farmers cheese and lox.
I have to say I loved breakfast that was served in hotel, when I was in Israel. Eggs, hearing, cheese, sour cream (yum), good bread. None of the serial and milk junk.
The breakfast described by Grimond is also good, when I am in a decent hotel and can have room service that is usually what I order.
Oh, yeah, Rogov, I really think Grimond is correct when he uses “we”. It was always “Us” when “We” were pregnant. Not even to mention that man’s job is the hardest and most important in the birthing process.
Oh, and Grimond, congratulations. There is a saying in Hebrew Be shao Tova. It means in the good hour, Rogov am I correct? That is usually what people tell somebody who just found out that they are pregnant. Meaning that everything should be good. Rogov, correct me on that one, please.
You are what you eat.