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Templers refers to a puff pastry with dulce de leche and almonds from Monzon, a small town in the autonomous community of Aragon, Spain. Templers is one of the famous confectionaries from Monzón.

Tanuki Soba refers to one of Japan's hot soba in broth topped with deep-fried tempura batter called Ten-Kasu. Soba refer to Japanese thin brown buckwheat noodles, usually cooked and served with various toppings and condiments, such as Kake Soba, Mori Soba, Tororo Soba and many more.

Thee is the Dutch for "Tea" . The meaning of the Dutch word "Thee" can include black (Zwarte thee), green (Groene thee), herbal (Kruidenthee), fruit (Fruitthee) and other teas. It is said that the Dutch annually consume/drink about 101 liters of tea per capita, that is four times that of the Americans, but only a third of what the British drink. However, compared to the British, the Dutch like their tea quite weak, and the Dutch often drink it without milk. Tea in Holland eateries/restaurants is generally presented with a glass of hot water and a bowl that contains a wide selection of teas.

Tetrazzini refers to an Italian dish typically made with diced beef or poultry in a rich cream sauce containing sherry. This is added to cooked spaghetti or noodles in a casserole and topped with bread crumbs or grated cheese .

Tex-Mex short for Texan-Mexican refering to foods that combine Texan and Mexican influences in their tastes. Nachos and Burritos are examples of Tex-Mex foods. Considering that Texas is already near Mexico, Tex-Mex foods emerged.

Talakitok is the Filipino word for big-eye trevally fish; cavalla fish. The Filipinos use the word Talakitok to refer to various fishes having the following scientific names: * Alectis ciliaris * Alectis indicus * Alepes djedaba * Alepes kleinii * Alepes melanoptera * Alepes vari * Atropus atropos * Carangoides armatus * Carangoides bajad * Carangoides chrysophrys * Carangoides coeruleopinnatus * Carangoides equula * Carangoides ferdau * Carangoides fulvoguttatus * Carangoides hedlandensis * Carangoides malabaricus * Carangoides oblongus * Carangoides orthogrammus * Carangoides plagiotaenia * Carangoides talamparoides * Caranx ignobilis * Caranx lugubris * Caranx melampygus * Caranx papuensis * Caranx sexfasciatus * Caranx tille * Gnathanodon speciosus * Naucrates ductor * Pseudocaranx dentex * Seriola dumerili * Seriola rivoliana * Trachinotus baillonii * Trachinotus blochii * Ulua mentalis * Uraspis helvola * Uraspis uraspis Talakitok which is a salt water fish is usually grilled, fried or steamed. It may also be used as the main ingredient in such Filipino dishes like Sinigang (sour stew/soup) and Escabeche . Talakitok is sometimes dried and salted as well. Talakitok that is harvested from the lake surrounding Taal volcano is known as Maliputo. It is said that its flesh is flavored by the sulfur in the lava rocks. Another Tagalog name for the six-banded trevally Caranx sexfasciatus is Pinkit. In Thailand, Talakitok is called Pla Seekun.