Couple hopes handcrafted couscous will raise awareness of their native cuisine

08/27/2013 | New York Times (tiered subscription model), The

Husband and wife team Ron and Leetal Arazi serve up steaming bowls of homemade couscous at a food market in New York City. The couple hopes their labor-intensive endeavor, which requires steaming semolina and shaping the little balls by hand, will open the public's eyes to more Jewish Middle Eastern eats than just hummus and falafel. "We are actually trying to show another layer of Israeli cuisine, from Morocco, Turkey, and other places," Ron said. "We feel it is a shame that no one knows what it’s about."

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