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flan

a piece of metal ready to receive the die or stamp in the production of coins; shaped blank; planchet

flan

[flan]
(meteorology)
In Scotland, a sudden gust or squall of wind from land.
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"I just assumed they knew I was the little girl selling flan door to door and would give me a break.
My daughter Karen, who was also on Tiswas, was splatting people with flans and so was my granddaughter Beth.
The only tricky part about flan is making the caramel for the bottom of the mold.
"I think I used to get about PS100 a week when I was flinging flans - which was good money in those days for what I was doing," he says.
David Brookes, editor-in-chief at Trinity Mirror Midlands, said: "I had the pleasure of working with Flan at the Post & Mail in the late 70s and 80s.
Pour the mixture into the flan tin and bake for 35-40 mins until golden.
Fifty trays of leche flan have so far been sold, but Arlene is still far from her fundraising target.
Bake small tarts at 180C for 10 minutes, single flan at 160C for 25 minutes.
Greiner Packaging optimised the packaging of the traditional flan for Swiss Migros (ELSA Estavayer Lait SA).
At a convenient time, fruit can then be made into jams or smoothies and bread can become the base of a homemade pizza, soufflE[umlaut], flan or fresh/dried crumbs for coating fish or meat.