COTTA


Also found in: Dictionary, Medical, Wikipedia.
AcronymDefinition
COTTACommunity Outreach Through the Arts (Alfred, NY)
References in periodicals archive ?
Repeat guests love Terra Cotta Inn as they average just over 80% repeats which is one of the highest rates in the travel industry.
Whitehead and Cotta published their results in the December 2012 issue of Applied Microbiology and Biotechnology.
Serve the poached rhubarb on top of the panna cotta.
Shop: Baluchari saris and terra cotta horses in Bishnupur's main bazr area
In 1980, Cotta was named to his first real leadership role: CEO of United Dairymen of California, a producer trade organization.
Place a quenelle of the pear mixture onto the panna cotta and dust with icing sugar.
13 (ANI): Ttraditional potters in Rajasthan are finding it difficult to earn their living, owing to an inflow of terra cotta pottery from other states at a much cheaper price.
Panna cotta means "cooked cream," and true to its name, our classic vanilla version of this recipe weighed in with nearly 20 grams of fat per serving.
Food writer, food scholar, recipe developer, cookbook author, and an acknowledge San Francisco Bay area gourmet, Camilla Saulsbury once again applies her considerable experience and impressive expertise in compiling flavorful, lovely, savory, 'kitchen cook friendly' recipes for one hundred delectable dishes involving Panna Cotta (an elegant Italian custard).
Larry Ruoho, the ``container guy'' at Sperling Nursery in Calabasas, prefers terra cotta because it breathes, but it also dries out quickly.