Top 10 Ways to Celebrate Rosh Hashanah in Israel
From Anthony Grant, former About.com Guide
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Have an Amazing Israeli Breakfast
Shakshuka is the Israeli answer to an omelette, and the cornerstone of a good breakfast in the Holy Land. This one featured cubes of grilled halloumi cheese.
Photo: Anthony Grant
There's no better time than the High Holidays to kick off a proper Israeli culinary odyssey, and as you might have guessed, it begins at breakfast. Try a shakshuka, a scrumptious Middle Eastern stew with tomatoes, peppers, onions and poached eggs. At Benedict (two locations in Tel Aviv), you can enjoy one 24/7. And, ma halachatz -- what's the rush? An Israeli breakfast can easily last up to two hours. It's the most important meal of the day, after all. Betai'avon! (Bon Appetit!)
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