Stand jelly glasses in a dripping-pan, surround with boiling water, pour in the jelly, and set aside until firm.
For the gravy,--take, that from the dripping-pan and skim it well.
Cob irons were the simplest form, and merely supported the spit; sometimes they had hooks to hold a dripping-pan.
The dripping-pan at the bottom served to catch and hold the rich gravy.
When the fowl is put on to roast, put a little water into the dripping-pan.
Put into a dripping-pan and put into a very hot oven for five minutes.
Season with sage, thyme, salt and pepper; then put in a dripping-pan.
Fill the shells, tie together, and put into a dripping-pan with a cupful of stock.
So saying she snatched up the ladle from the dripping-pan, and threatened to belabour him with it.
Do not baste them, but save all the fat in the dripping-pan, emptying it as it is filled.