Pan forms

Pan forms

Pan-like metal or fiberglass structures used as forms for the bottom side of concrete floors. Reinforcing bars are placed in the recesses between the pans, which when filled with concrete form a waffle-like slab.
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That contact between the meat and the hot surface of the pan forms the crust you want much more effectively than if you cooked it in the broiler, where you can't flip the steak or press down on it to sear it.
With a woman African slave whom he purchases in Havana, Chen Pan forms a new family that marks the presumable biological and historical origin of the multi-generational Chinese Cuban/Cuban Chinese family featured in the novel.
As it dries, a surface pan forms, a very good reason for never raking autumn dug ground into a fine tilth.
Pan forms a close bond with Hunter and is finally able to work out the truth behind her troubled childhood--that her Mum had uncontrolled bipolar disorder.
When spun in a humid atmosphere, PAN forms a foam-cell matrix with a large surface area that allows for direct covalent attachment of antibodies.
This tradition has continued in the UK, where the pan forms the centre piece of the eating occasion.