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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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To fill pita bread, the traditional pocket bread from eastern Mediterranean countries, simply cut a thin strip from the top of the pita or cut in halves.
PITA STUFFED WITH HUMMUS AND TOMATO-CUCUMBER RELISH
Photo: (1--3--Color) Focaccia Stuffed With Turkey, Provolone and Tomato Jam, top center, and Hummus and Tomato-Cucumber Relish, above, to be stuffed into pita bread are two ethnic-inspired sandwich creations.
Place Swiss cheese, turkey, red peppers and green onions in pita halves, dividing evenly.
Photo: Leftover roast turkey has new appeal when tucked into pita pockets along with Swiss cheese and a tangy yogurt spread.
Vary sandwiches by using different breads, tortillas, pita and lavosh, and fillings such as water-packed tuna and reduced-fat cheeses.
Serve with crackers, in a pita or between whole-wheat bread slices.