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An unlikely winner: Tater tots go gourmet in America

A staple of American casseroles and cafeterias, the humble tater tot was created back in 1953 by Nephi and Golden Grigg, co-owners of the Ore-Ida potato company. They were looking for something to do with all the potato scraps left over after cutting French fries. "It's a show of true American ingenuity, [using] scraps," said Dan Whalen, a food blogger[Read More...]

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