breakfast at beresheet

April 23, 2014 • Nancy Wolfson-Moche

Breakfast is time for each of us to begin again. It is a time to refuel, rebuild and refresh. At Beresheet, an exquisite hotel nestled into the Negev, chef Boris Paukman recreates breakfast every morning. Here, sprouts with green tahini, parsley  fatoush, lentil salad and raw carrot matchsticks.   



©Nancy Wolfson-Moche 2014

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I’m very impressed by all the elements you are able to pack into the lesson without it seeming at all overwhelming: the review, the actual cooking skills, the creativity of coming up with their own dishes, the chance to present their creations, the opportunity to learn about and share thoughts on something else (in last week’s case, the feelings represented in the book), the execution of their  jobs, the responsibility for one’s station/implements and the overall following of directions…..all without losing the fun quotient. No wonder the kids love coming!  You’ve really created something special so kudos to you!

- T.