Torta

Torta (ˈtorta) is a Spanish, Italian and Portuguese ( and also French, tarte) word with a wide array of culinary meanings. It originated in different regional variants of flatbread, of which the torta de gazpacho and torta cenceña are still surviving in certain areas of central Spain. Tortas are also mentioned in Leviticus 24:5-9, in the Spanish...
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Torta

• (n.) a flat heap of moist, crushed silver ore, prepared for the patio process.
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Torta

(Mexican) A Mexican sandwich made from bolillo (hard Mexican roll) cut in half and stuffed with tomatoes, avocados or guacamole and carne asada, shredded beef or chicken, cheese and salsa.
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Torta

Tor'ta noun [ Confer Spanish torta a cake.] (Metal.) a flat heap of moist, crushed silver ore, prepared for the patio process.
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Torta

Mexican food style sandwich on a bolillo.
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