Origin of cotta
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A ringer for ricotta on a plate of tomatoes is “terra cotta,” pumpkin seeds pureed with nutritional yeast and koji, cooked fermented rice.Oyster Oyster, meatless and marvelous, has become one of D.C.’s best restaurants|Tom Sietsema|September 10, 2021|Washington Post
Its texture is a little denser than panna cotta—just firm enough to hold the shape of your spoon as you eat it.Make a Delicious Summery Spin on Custard This Weekend|Anna Archibald|July 30, 2021|The Daily Beast
The brand’s citrus soap smells like the freshest fruit, and the peppermint is like something I’d inhale scooping up a bite of panna cotta.Will Dr. Bronner’s Chocolate Change My Life the Way Its Soap Did?|Elazar Sontag|July 8, 2021|Eater
Among these are "Medusa," a bronze bust; and a "Mater Dolorosa," in terra-cotta.Women in the fine arts, from the Seventh Century B.C. to the Twentieth Century A.D.|Clara Erskine Clement
Over the archway are two sculptured figures in red terra-cotta, representing "Flora" and "Pomona."Showell's Dictionary of Birmingham|Thomas T. Harman and Walter Showell
He had his key ready in his hand, terra cotta-hued tab swinging loose.
These graves were once all hermetically sealed by slabs of marble, or tiles of terra cotta.
They are closed with terra cotta or marble slabs, and are otherwise similar to those of the Christian Catacombs.