A round cake pan with a hollow, cone-shaped center, used for baking ring-shaped cakes.
- ‘Place fresh cranberries in the bottom of an 8-inch fluted tube pan, then arrange sprigs of evergreens around the rim of the pan on top of the cranberries.’
- ‘She confirms the theory that the shape of the loaf, suggesting a statuesque matron, gave the bread its name and that the fluted tube pan used resembles the skirt of a peasant woman.’
- ‘Spread half of batter in greased 10-inch tube pan.’
- ‘Pour into a greased and floured 10-in. fluted tube pan.’
- ‘Dip the balls in butter and arrange evenly in a greased 9-in. fluted tube pan.’
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