Tigella

Ti`gel´la


n.1.(Bot.) That part of an embryo which represents the young stem; the caulicle or radicle.
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Some traditional breads, in particular tigella, which is cooked in a special device made with cast iron, are presented with salami, baked chicken and fish; also on the menu are delicious baked goods such as bread with tomato, bread with capsicum and black olives," she said.
In this four-parter, which was originally broadcast in 1980, The Doctor (Tom Baker), Romana (Lalla Ward) and K-9 travel to the jungle of Tigella to meet its leader Zastor (Edward Underdown).
99, Sci-Fi) In this four-part adventure, which was originally broadcast in 1980, The Doctor (Tom Baker), Romana (Lalla Ward) and K-9 travel to the jungle world of Tigella to meet its leader Zastor (Edward Underdown).
Say hello to Barbara and Claudio Ronchi's new downtown eatery, featuring the same great imported charcuterie, authentic Tigella sandwiches ($3.
Hazan competed for my attention with those exquisite olives and won, when she explained that the restaurant's tigella was what had prompted her tears.