North African and Arab Jewish Dishes Are a Labor of Love

Liz Grossman

When Einat Admony was eight, she needed a stool to get a clear view of her Moroccan neighbor making couscous. Growing up in her Israeli home outside Tel Aviv with a Yemenite dad and an Iranian mom, her Jewish kitchen was filled with a fragrant mash-up of North African, Persian, and Israeli flavors and aromas. “I always got the most attached to Libyan, Tripoli, Moroccan, and...