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Pastitsio refers to Greek cooked pasta layered with a cooked meat sauce, an egg enriched and cinnamon-flavored Bechamel and grated cheese, finishing with a final layer of grated cheese.

Paximathia is a Greek term for barley, wheat or rye rusks.

Platano is a Spanish word for bananas

Pomelo is a Spanish word for grapefruit

Patatas is a Spanish word for potatoes. Patatas is also a Filipino word for potato

Prik Ki Nu refers to Thai chili and is also known as birds eye chillies (sometimes called "birdshit" chillies"), scuds, dynamite chillies, or "mouse dropping" or mouse shit chillies.

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