Couscous, made from husked, crushed semolina wheat, is very much a North African dish; however, it has become very popular in France and is now frequently found on brasserie menus. The type of couscous dish you find in France will differ according to the region you are in, what produce is available at the time of year and how spicy you like it. I prefer mine milder and more...
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