dripping pan


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dripping pan

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

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drip pan

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(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
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Translations

dripping pan

n (Cook) → Fettpfanne f
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a dripping pan immediately, that I may not lose a drop of the fat of this estimable bird."
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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.