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I sang "It's a Small Wold" all during the preperation and comsumption of this dish. Ok, not quite, but this was really good. I am a huge Disney fan, we went there last year, and this was my favorite resteraunt and dish there. And I am thrilled to say that is is almost identical in taste to the original. And while my kids initially balked at the veggies in it, the wolfed it down after the first bite, and ezpecially loved the taste of the couscous and fruit. An extremely healthy dish with wonderful taste. It brought back many fond memories of our trip.

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SlipC December 01, 2002

This was pretty tasty. Like everyone else it needed some additions and the measurements weren't given for the cinnamon and nutmeg so I assumed a pinch. Kept adding more till it tasted right. I liked the mixture of flavors of the vegetables but orange segments didn't seem to go with the flavors. I will make it again and just leave that out. Very colorful.

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Sherri at the Beach February 25, 2010

I made this a day ahead for a party, so it didn't taste quite as fresh and bright as what I remember from EPCOT, but it was still very good. I used tangerine segments, but I think mandarin oranges might have been better. Either that, or taking the time to cut the membranes off the tangerine would have let it meld better. Overall, quite tasty!

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huskiebear December 18, 2006

The family like this but as another reviewer said, not enough to ask for it again. I think it was a bit labor intesive for the results and a bit too sweet in flavor. It was a very pretty dish though. Also, if you are looking to feed a crowd, this does make quite a bit. We never made it through all of what we had leftover.

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Kitchen Witch Steph August 17, 2006

This was my first adventure in "Moroccan" cuisine and I am intrigued by the combination of ingredients. Sweet, savory, crunchy, yet delicate and not overpowering. The amounts for nutmeg and cinnamon are not stated but I added to taste. I would recommend beginning with 1/8 t nutmeg and 1/4 t cinnamon. This got better as it sat and was tastier 24 hours later. I think it would be great with Lebanese Chicken (Lebanese Chicken) but I made them during two seperate weeks so didn't get to taste them as a duo.

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CASunshine November 16, 2005

Nicely flavored, we enjoyed it but when polled the family said they didn't need to have it again.

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Salesgirl October 02, 2005

I had this dish at Epcot and was crazy about it! It was served as a cooled dish. I'm so happy to find this recipe so that I can make it for myself now. Thank you for posting!

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mermaidmagic November 18, 2004
Epcot's Moroccan Pavilion's Couscous Salad