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Tafaya refers to a dish from South Yemen which is cooked using tomatoes and red Aden chilies. In South Yemen, especially in the coastal towns of Aden and Hodeidah, fish is cooked in a unique and delicious way

Trago refers to the Bolivian alcoholic drink of cane.

Teuk Tnaot refers to the Cambodian liquid tapped from sugar palms and drunk in various degrees of fermentation. Teuk Tnaot is generally not taken with meals.

Trout Meuniere refers to New Orleans dish made of trout served with a rich butter sauce .

Tuo Zanfi refers to the main food eaten by Ghanaians from the Upper East, Northern and upper west Regions. Tuo Zanfi is made with flour from millet or maize.

Tzimmes or Tsimmes is a traditional Ashkenazi Jewish dish in which the principal ingredient is diced or sliced carrots, sometimes combined with dried fruits like prunes or raisins, or chunks of meat. Tzimmes is a sweet Jewish dish. Traditionally, it is made in any number of ways and can combine fruits, meat and vegetables . Traditionally served on Rosh Hashana, this sweet Jewish dish is flavored with honey and usually with cinnamon as well. The flavors of this casserole-style dish develop by cooking it at a very low temperature for a very long time.