The ones we buy are Cedar brand, found in a can. But frozen are good, too. We've bought them in Deal, NJ and all over Brooklyn, but nowhere near our North/Central NJ home. Has anyone seen them around these parts? Many thanks in advance!
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Couscous is a staple in Morocco and across Northern Africa. Using spices, raisins and lemon zest, this surprisingly simple recipe creates a flavorful dish that pairs particularly well with vegetables and meat.