Wash pan

Wash pan

A pan used for holding water while washing one’s hands and face.
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or puddled by the wash pan with its dent the shape of his head,
Dry sink or wash-stand -- A sink without a drain, it held a mirror, wash cloths, towels, soap and wash pan.
Pour half of prepared syrup into bundt pan and return cake to bundt pan (no need to wash pan first).
Mom boiled the potatoes in the water pail, and corn-on-the-cob in a large metal wash pan.
When the soap solidified, we cut small bars for use at the sink, tub and wash pan.
when the dish water had finally cooled down a bit, the wash pan was emptied onto the beans and squash growing on the morning side of the trailer, then that pan would be filled with fresh water for the next morning for rinsing that day's dishes.
Turn heat to high and boil syrup, unrecovered, until the color is golden brown (about 260 [degrees] on a thermometer), 5 to 7 minutes; do not wash pan sides.
The hand basin was being used to wash pans and plastic bins storing dry foods were dirty.
A recent study by the Culinary Institute of America showed that using these pan liners reduces the time needed to wash pans by more than half.
A Muslim inmate sued prison officials alleging violation of his First Amendment rights because he was compelled to wash pans containing pork.
Remove salty or acidic foods right after cooking, and wash pans.
Wash pans, dry, butter, and repeat process to bake remaining batter.