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The food glossary +++ 'Talbos ng Kamote', 'Tapsilog', 'Tinumok'
Tostis refers to the Dutch grilled ham and cheese sandwiches.

Teisen Nionod is also known as Onion Cake; a tasty, slow-baked potato-and-onion dish. Teisen Nionod is one of Welsh potato dishes. Potatoes became a dietary staple of Wales in the 18th century.

Ta’mu is Tausug's food made from rice that has been wrapped in a woven palm leaf pouch which is then boiled. Ta'mu is Puso in Cebuano.

Tinapang Palaka means smoked edible frog. It is one of the delicious dishes from Ilocos Province.

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.