• The Definitive Guide to Breakfast in Beirut

    9 monthes ago - By Eater

    From bubbly flatbreads to lamb-spiked eggs to fresh farmer cheese soaked in honey, here's how to wake up like a Lebanese local It's 8 a.m. in Beirut and the streets are quiet. The night before likely included one too many Almaza beers, making breakfast an essential saving grace for the day ahead. In many homes, a morning meal consists of a few pine nut-studded biscuits and Turkish coffee or Nescafé with Nido - a powdered milk implemented during World War II that has turned into a nostalgic ritual.
    At the man'oushe and kaak stands that dot the city, the coffee is strong and the ovens are...
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