The Trapani cuisine is one of the most famous in Sicily. It is rich of tasty elaboration, common to Sicilian classical repertory, but made with special and original arrangements. A typical example of all this is the Couscous. Sicilian cuisine was decisively influenced by the different cultures which have occurred over time; they impacted decisively even in the gastronomy of the island. The Couscous, food consists of grains of semolina steamed, typical of North Africa (in Arabic “Kuskusu” means chopped into small pieces), is one of the many cases. Trapani typical Couscous provides only a condiment with fish, which makes it completely different from the Arabic one, made with mutton or vegetables.