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The Cheetos Snack Fest is a celebration of snack innovation coming from two snack giants, Taters and Cheetos,' said Taters marketing head Brian Tanchanco.
Try the Hazelnut Sticky Bread, the House Cured Lox, the Green Garlic and Caramelized Onion Taters or the Steak & Eggs Benny.
10&11 FOOD A COUPLE of fillet steaks, some King Edward taters - food fit for royalty
I wanted to share that I've been making 'oven-fried' French fries for years just by tossing the taters (sliced in half lengthwise, then each half sliced in 1/4-inch lengthwise slices) in a tiny bit of oil, maybe two potatoes to one teaspoon oil.
Moreover, knowing that Chilean spuds also succumbed to the blight could have better informed efforts to breed resistant taters, the researchers report in February's American Journal of Botany.
But at the inaugural Spudfest--a film and musicfest centered around the Spud Drive-In in Driggs, Idaho, and co-founded by "Gilligan's Island" star Dawn Wells--the taters aren't the only thing getting mashed.
Aaronson suggested that the county relabel the offensively Gaullist taters "freedom fries" or "American fries.