The food stalls at Jemaa el Fna are a great way to sample Moroccan cuisine from the bland to the bizarre. These men are waiting for a bowl of couscous. This popular dish consists of small, steamed pellets of flour (semolina) topped with a stew of vegetables and meat. Other food vendors serve lamb, pastille (meat pie) and seafood. In the background is a cart filled with fresh Moroccan oranges waiting to be squeezed into juice. One merchant proudly displayed lamb heads. Although Lahem Ras is considered a delicacy, the charred skull with bulging eyes looks less than appetizing.