pancheon

pancheon

(ˈpænʃən)
n
1. (Cookery) a wide, shallow bowl, originally used for making bread or separating cream
2. (Anatomy) jocular obsolete a belly
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These days I collect objects including 16th century sycamore dairy bowls, old wooden and metal spoons and ladles, through to giant earthenware pancheon from Wales.
Lots of weighing out on the old brass scales and mixing with wooden spoons in the earthenware pancheon bowls will give visitors to the Cliffe Ash, Golcar museum an idea of a baking day of 150 years ago - and who remembers the joy of licking out the bowl after the cake had been mixed?
A substantial quantity of late sixteenth-century pottery fragments--mainly from earthenware jugs and pancheons (large bowls used for separating cream and other purposes) and stoneware flasks, typical of the domestic dishes used in Norwich--have also been found near the southern flint wall and wells.