Pan - Food and Drink

Food and Drink

  • Pan, a type of cookware and bakeware
    • Frying pan
    • Springform pan
  • Pan, also spelled Paan, a North Indian term for Betel, often mixed with tobacco and lime for chewing as a mouth freshener
  • Pan (beer), a Croatian lager beer
  • Pan-Galactic Gargle Blaster, a fictional cocktail
  • Pan-bagnat
  • Pancake
  • Pan, a type of bread popular in Ireland, especially as "sliced pan"
  • Sugar panning, the method for creating the confections called dragĂ©es

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