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Tahn refers to an Armenian yogurt drink made from diluted plain yogurt.

Tandoor refers to an Indian deep, clay oven that has very high temperatures.

Tchau min is a Macau dish which means fried noodles

Tchau fan is a Macau dish which means fried rice

Tiramisu which literally means “pick me up,” refers to a cold dessert that may not have originated in Rome, but it is an adopted specialty of the city.

- Theeples (with Recipe) : Theeples is a Greek recipe for Christmas that is also known as sweet fried bow knots.

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