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  • The crust is called tah dig, and is considered a great delicacy in Persian cooking.

    One Big Table

  • "Kamo-tah is dead and cannot speak for thee, and I know only what I know, and I must know thee of my own eyes for no coward."

    Negore, The Coward

  • Now for the elephant in the room, or perhaps the hulafint een thrume or the glehllawfoont n tah eloom: spelling.

    The English Is Coming!

  • And, tah dah, I had the Catholic Church to thank in part for allowing me to sneak in under the wire.

    Josey Vogels: Snowballs, Hussies and the Evils of Kissing

  • Just finished my own "frih-tah-tah" and loved the story.

    et patati et patata - French Word-A-Day

  • "And don" t forget Friday's fried potatoes in eggs or — as you'd have me say: "frih-tah-tahs" ...

    et patati et patata - French Word-A-Day

  • I turn up the radio – it's not Wagner's Ride of the Valkyries, but Plan B will do – and then, tah dah, I press a button and the car's powered soft roof folds away in seconds.

    Car review: VW Golf Cabriolet

  • Exclusive Vacation Rental Properties throughout France. et patati et patata (ay pah-tah-tee ay pah-tah-tah) expression

    French Word-A-Day:

  • We do maintain some of the quirky British pronunciations, such as Glocester and Worcester (should be "WUSS-ter", is actually pronounced "WUSS-tah" with the Boston accent, and is definitely NOT "Worr-chest-er" as everyone from outside New England says it!)

    Archive: Oct 08 - Mar 09

  • The crust—the tah dig —is the prized currency and is traditionally given to the most honored guests.

    An Intimate Persian Feast

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