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PITA

Pain in the arse/ass.

Pita

 

a city in the Republic of Guinea, on the Mamou-Tam-bacounda (Senegal) highway. Capital of Pita Region. Pita is the center of a farming area where rice, maize, sweet potatoes, manioc, taro, and citrus fruits are grown and cattle are raised. A hydroelectric power plant with a capacity of 2,400 kW is located nearby at Kinkon Falls.


Pita

 

fiber from the leaves of the century plant (Agave americana). Pita, which is white or yellow, dyes easily and is very strong. It is used to manufacture string, rope, twine, fishnets, coarse fabrics, and paper. Fibers obtained from other species of Agave are sometimes called pita.

PITA

"Pain in the ass." See digispeak.
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As delicious as the fatteh was, the arayes lahmeh was a real contender too: straight-off-the-grill pita bread sandwiches stuffed with minced lamb meat and served with pickled cucumbers.
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Simply pan-fry their Falafel Patties until crunchy, and you have the basis for a wrap or a pita bread sandwich.
The CSs learned several new recipes and put their recently acquired knowledge to good use in a mini "bake-off." The CSs went head to head making gourmet truffles, lemon bars, doughnuts, brownies, peanut butter cookies, bread pudding, and pita bread. Participants in the bake-off were CS2 Joseph Fetherol, from Shinnston, W.V.; CS3 Frank Shipman, from Philo, Ohio; CS3 Chris Jenkins, from Baton Rouge, La.; CSSN Don Trang, from Philadelphia, Pa.; and CSSA Jason Hansman, from Cliffton, N.J.
Fortunately we had enough pita bread and humus to hold 'em at bay until we made our getaway.
You can create a great treat by using fresh fruit and pita bread. (Ask an adult to help you cut the fruit.)
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