Definition of Patty-pan
1. Noun. A pan for cooking patties or pasties.
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Literary usage of Patty-pan
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. ... Home Games and Parties by Mrs. Sarah Tyson Hetson Rorer (1898)
"A SIMPLE patty-pan PARTY ONE little girl of nine did so want to have a real birthday party, but when people live in the country it is not always easy to ..."
2. Chemical News and Journal of Physical Science (1870)
"The experiment is made thus:—A small patty-pan, or the lid of a tin hox, is put in one pan of a balance and counterpoised ; then a piece of iron wire, ..."
3. The Dixie Cook-book by Estelle Woods Wilcox (1883)
"... press the two edges of pastry together and then with a sharp knife pare off the excess of pastry from the edges of the patty pan^, holding the knife in ..."