Sorry, no definitions found.
Sorry, no etymologies found.
Mr. Keller is a fan of the "one roasting-pan meal," in which he roasts vegetables and then tops them off with a fish.
About three-quarters of an hour before taking up your roasts, peel middling-sized potatoes, boil them until partly done, then arrange them in the roasting-pan around the roast, basting them with the drippings at the same time you do the meat, browning them evenly.
This is a large cake, baked in a roasting-pan; it is very light and delicious, and none too large for two luncheons, or for a picnic.
"Right before serving the turkey, add wine and the thawed gravy to your roasting-pan drippings and you'll have mondo gravy!"
The corn! "said Ann, turning to the roasting-pan over the kiln.
"I don't think you'll set the soup-kettle or the roasting-pan down on it; and you can always shake it out fresh and make it comfortable.