platterful

platterful

(ˈplætərfʊl)
n, pl platterfuls or plattersful
(Cookery) a heaped plate or platter
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Delicate Cousin Annetta standing at the dresser, with a big loaf of bread beside her and a big platterful of cold, boiled pork in front of her; and Annetta was hacking off great chunks, like Dan there, and gobbling them down as if she was starving.
The small amount of black-eyed peas left from our noon meal reappeared on the supper table as a platterful of golden brown pancakes.
Asparagus are a good source of potassium and fiber and, because of their paltry calorie content (4 calories per spear), they make an innocent feast-even by the platterful.