Those bread pans behind the can are some old pans that my mother had for years. I used to use those pans a lot or watch her use them and could never figure out wht was up with the weird indention on the bottom of the pan because it never came out on the bread. I made zucchini bread not long ago using those pans and for the forst time I saw the indention in the bread. I still have no idea why it is there, but it looked cool on the bottom of the bread. I don't know if the indentions were there for some sort of support system or just to make you wonder why it's there, but it was there.
This recipe for zucchini bread is an old recipe from my husbands family. I'm going to copy the instructions EXACTLY how I received them. Hopefully you'll know to mix the ingredients before you bake them. I usually mix a few ingredients together before I add a few more. I sometiems add them in different orders also. It always tastes good so I guess there's really no wrong way to do it.
2 eggs beaten
Bake at 350° for one hour.
Makes 2 loaves.