Examples of platter in a Sentence
large platters of hot turkey and ham
The chicken platter comes with fries and coleslaw.
She ordered the seafood platter.
Recent Examples of platter from the Web
Twitter @PhilVettel Cherry Circle Room Chicago Athletic Association Hotel, 12 S. Michigan Ave. 312-792-3515 Tribune rating: Two stars Prices: Entrees $16-$38; large-format platters $30-$132 Credit cards: A, DC, DS, M,
Each will be clearing out their studios of beautiful bowls, cups, platters, wall art, sculptural pieces and dinnerware.
To serve, arrange tomatoes, cucumber, and onion on a platter.
Discard bouquet bag and remove sausage to a platter.
As the dinner wound down, Salas brought out a heaping platter of atayef asafiri, a pancake-like pastry filled with creamy cheeses.
Slice the steak against the grain and arrange on a serving platter.
For the Salad: Toss the salad ingredients together with ½ the dressing (add more until salad is dressed to your liking) and arrange on a platter.
Ginger and epazote enhance and balance the flavors, and the presentation is bright and beautiful — the shades of green popping off the white porcelain platter like splatters of paint.
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Origin and Etymology of platter
Middle English plater, from Anglo-French, from plat plate
First Known Use: 13th centurySee Words from the same year
PLATTER Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of platter for English Language Learners
: a large plate that is used for serving food and especially meat
: the food that is served on a platter
: a meal in a restaurant that has a particular type of food
PLATTER Defined for Kids
Definition of platter for Students
: a large plate used especially for serving meat
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