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iron pan

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(Geological Science) geology a hard layer of precipitated iron salts often found below the surface of sands and gravels
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In his Columbiad charges Rodman employed a powder as large as chestnuts, made of willow charcoal, simply dried in cast- iron pans.
They gave us each a sword and pistols, though I professed my inability to use the former; and with these, and some ammunition, a bag of oatmeal, an iron pan, and a bottle of right French brandy, we were ready for the heather.
After deliberations, it was decided to produce cast iron pans to thank the students, professors, board members, and attendees.
Spontini, which started in 1953 under the name 'Cibi Cotti,' is slice pizza prepared in iron pans and is baked in wooden ovens.
Although the Fenix Pan is incredibly lightweight, it still retains heat as well as cast iron pans weighing 3 times more.
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Hearty fare such as Skillet Fried Chicken & Milk Gravy, and those solid cast iron pans in which to make it, immediately come to mind.
INJECT a splash of colour into kitchens with the new Cook's Collection cast iron pans by Sainsbury's Home.
As well as locks, the Parkes brothers were at this stage turning out a variety of iron goods, including traps, iron pans and baskets.
When a burner is on, the lights reflect onto your stainless steel pots and cast iron pans as a fake blue "flame.
The table was set neatly with more than a dozen cast iron pans and molds.
And for those cooks fearful of the seasoning process, Tennessee-based Lodge Manufacturing offers its popular Logic line of pre-seasoned cast iron pans.