In Lahidjan, beautiful town in northern Iran’s Gilan province, lapped by the Caspian Sea on one side and framed by an evergreen forest on the other, I was a guest of Dream of Iran‘s editor, Madi, and her lovely family. Her mom, in a very authentic Iranian style, showed the best of the country’s sense of hospitality preparing by far the best meals we had had so far on the road, starting right from a typical homemade Iranian breakfast. For now, I’ll let you drool a little with these tantalizing images, in the wait for the big fare, a whole lunch, in my next post.
7 thoughts on “Homemade Iranian breakfast in Lahidjan, Gilan province”
I love breakfasts where you pick at lots of little things all together. Actually, I love lunches like that, and dinners too!
Love just how fresh everything looks.
Fresh and delicious! Wait for my next post, I’ll be showing the whole lunch ;)
On se croirait en Sardaigne, soit pour les produits que pour l’hospitalité des personnes!
Oui c’est vrai!
Sembra tutto delizioso!