dripping pan


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dripping pan

n.
A pan for catching the drippings from roasting meat. Also called drip pan.

dripping pan

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drip pan

n
(Cookery) a shallow pan placed under roasting meat to catch the dripping
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Noun1.dripping pan - pan for catching drippings under roasting meatdripping pan - pan for catching drippings under roasting meat
cooking pan, pan - cooking utensil consisting of a wide metal vessel
Translations

dripping pan

n (Cook) → Fettpfanne f
References in classic literature ?
a dripping pan immediately, that I may not lose a drop of the fat of this estimable bird.
Frontman Chris Difford paraded the kit with the band's name on it at Lewes FC's Dripping Pan stadium.
HE started out in the humble surroundings of the Dripping Pan but now Russell Martin is making a big splash at international level.
Within sections on Heywood's English landscape, staging Roman comedy in Stuart London, and street theater, he considers his and John Stow's role in the invention of the city staged, his divided households, trade and slavery in The Captives, the innovative tragicomedy of The English Traveller, out of the dripping pan into the fire in Loves Mistris, and whether the pageants reflect London's peaceable estate.
The Blue Square South rivals meet tonight at the Dripping Pan.
Basement boys Lewes are heading for an immediate return to the Blue Square South and they are unlikely to pose serious problems for promotion-chasing Cambridge in today's clash at the Dripping Pan.
The Dragons were made to work hard for the points on a heavy Dripping Pan pitch that cut up badly as the match progressed, but Saunders praised the Sussex club's groundstaff for their work.
The match at the Dripping Pan was one of only two in the Division to beat the wintry weather sweeping the country-and Saunders was left delighted at the outcome as Wrexham extended their unbeaten league run to nine games.
Despite the fact heavy snow forced the early postponement of several matches in the Midlands, a local referee yesterday declared The Dripping Pan pitch playable, subject to a major deterioration in conditions overnight.
A GREG Pearson penalty was all that separated the top and bottom teams at The Dripping Pan.
Barry will invest in Lewes after being given a guided tour of their tiny Dripping Pan ground.
Darlington manager Dave Penney thinks Martin Smith's late goal was possibly the best of the round as Quakers strolled to a 4-1 win at the Dripping Pan.