They're ground, mixed with oil, salt, and flavorings, and shaped into nutritional hand grenades known as Tater
spun such rare grooves as "Do the Screw" by The Crystals, which goes for about $6000 copy.
Over 50 years Taters robbed the homes of the rich, art galleries and museums.
Taters stole the Duke of Wellington's swords from the Victoria and Albert Museum by tying two ladders together and breaking a window 40ft up.
Taters' last crime was at the age of 81 when he was hurt in a fall.
For about four years now I've trying to produce a good garden but nothing but quarter-size taters
Unlike most convenience foods from the postwar era, Tater Tots have been given a pass to reenter the culture.
Today, "Tater Tots" has become a proprietary eponym, the downside being that any generic knockoff that looks like a Tater Tot is called a Tater Tot.
Despite the inroads made by imposters, chances are Tater Tots will be just fine.
Caption: THE FLAVOR Tater Tots are basically just hash browns rolled into a ball, but onions and seasonings mixed into the batch give them their distinctive taste.
Rib patty and bun, tater
tots, baked beans and pears.