[ tˈakɐmˌahak], [ tˈakɐmˌahak], [ t_ˈa_k_ɐ_m_ˌa_h_a_k]
How to use "Tacamahac" in context?
Tacamahac refers to a Native American word that means "true frying pan." This name is given to frying pans made from a single piece of metal, usually copper or bronze, that is heated on one side only and used to cook and fry food. These pans are often shaped like a small bowl and are very versatile, being able to cook all sorts of foods. They are also incredibly durable, often lasting for hundreds of years.
The use of tacamahacs dates back to the ancient Aztecs, who cooked their food in these pans over open flames.
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