Tater Tots inspire a culture
Culinary treat spawns recipes, memories, imitators
(MCT) — The Brothers Grigg had just started a frozen food company to make, among other things, french fries. But what to do with the scraps of spud left behind?
These potato pieces were too small for proper fries, but there were too many of them to be discarded. One day, in 1953, F. Nephi Grigg came up with a delicious solution: He chopped up the potato scraps, shaped them into bite-size cylinders, then fried them golden and crunchy.
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