Cucumber and Tomato Couscous Salad is made with Israeli couscous, a larger variety than Moroccan couscous. Couscous takes on the flavors of the ingredients it is cooked with, and is a great complement to vegetable or meat entrees. Darren Gibbins / The Forum
Home with the Lost Italian
I have to be honest with you – I’m not typically a big fan of couscous (pronounced KOOS-koos).
Sure, I’ll eat it when it’s served, but there’s something about the texture that just hasn’t resonated with me. In fact, prior to last week, I can’t recall the last time I actually ate couscous.
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