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*Inaka Whitebait
*There are different Maori names given to whitebait according to its age:
*Püköareare First caught
*Inaka Juvenile
*Inanga Dark speckling
*Mahitahi Adult fish
Is Panadas refers to a specialty dish of Cagliari, one of the Regions of Sardinia.

Is Orziadas is referring to a specialty of Cagliari, one of the Regions of Sardinia which is a dish of sea anemones dipped in breadcrumbs and lightly fried
Is Pardulas are referring to small cakes which is made from ricotta cheese, sugar, lemon, flour, eggs and saffron.

Is Candelaus refers to dessert of biscuits which are shaped into small baskets.

Is Mustazzolus refers to dessert of flat biscuits made from almonds, egg albumin, sugar, lemon and cinnamon.

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