Tots TV was an older show based on three "Puppet" kids: Tiny, Tom, and Tilly. It was more of an educational show, that taught kids languages. For example, Tilly speaks French. Each episode was an adventure of exploring new things and going on hunts.
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Tater tots are pieces of deep-fried, grated potatoes served as a side dish. They are recognized by their compact cylindrical shape and crispy colored exterior. “Tater Tots” is a registered trademark of Ore-Ida (a division of the H. J. Heinz Company, L.P.) that is often used as a generic term.
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In some areas of the Northeast, however, they are often called “juliennes” or “potato puffs”. In the Midwest states, tater tot hotdish is a very popular soup-based casserole consisting of tater tots, ground beef, and canned soup. Tater tots are referenced in the film Napoleon Dynamite, the jailhouse reality-TV show 60 Days In and the theme song for The Weird Al Show. They are also a curiosity mentioned regarding terrorist Ted Kaczynski, being inventoried with his possessions at a remote cabin.
In the United States, tater tots are common at school-lunch counters and cafeterias. They are also sold in the frozen food sections of grocery stores. Some fast-food restaurants also offer them. The supermarket chain Safeway Inc. sells a generic brand of tater tots known as “Tater Treats”. Sonic drive-in also features tater tots on their regular menu; available toppings include cheese and chili. Sonic also sells “Cheesy Tots”, coin-shaped tots that contain melted cheese and potatoes. Several restaurants in the Pacific Northwest offer a nacho version of tots (“totchos”), covered in nacho cheese sauce and toppings. Some Mexican-style fast-food restaurants offer seasoned tater tots: Taco Time and Señor Frog's call them “Mexi-Fries”, while Taco Bell used to sell them as “Mexi-Nuggets” and “Border Fries”. Taco Mayo in the Southwest offers round disc-shaped tater tots called “Potato Locos.” Taco John's also has coin shaped tots called “Potato Olés”.
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