A couple of years back, Jean-Yves Hepp was driving down the Champs-Élysées and dreaming of couscous.
One day they brought to one of them a dish of couscous with meat.
When he had placed it on the ground, they served a couscous with this ox.
The Kabyles live well at all events, and their couscous is renowned throughout all Algeria.
Here were great copper cauldrons where the couscous was being prepared.
couscous, kus′kus, n. an African dish of granulated flour steamed over broth.
The Arab eats his couscous out of a great wooden platter, and disdains knife or fork or spoon.
c.1600, from French couscous (16c.), ultimately from Arabic kuskus, from kaskasa "to pound, he pounded."