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04:04 Mar 14, 2004
English to Chinese translations [PRO]
Food & Drink
English term or phrase: tater tots
a kind of food in US
zwcorp
Local time: 20:28
Chinese translation:土豆/油炸饼
Explanation:
Dan Neal
The Palm Beach Post
09-21-2003
I SAY 'POTATO', BUT SHE SAYS 'TATER (TOT)'
BYLINE: Dan Neal
EDITION: FINAL
SECTION: GOOD LIFE
TYPE: COLUMN RECIPE

What mighty contests rise from trivial things! What wicked battles break from slight affairs! What fearsome, aggravating, long, drawn-out, hair-pulling ordeals issue from crusty little Lincoln Logs of goo!

"Do we have any Tater Tots?" asked my wife.

Tater Tots? The hateful words seared my soul like splatter from a fry basket full of Mrs. Paul's Fish Sticks. How could she do this to me?

Why, great cod! Could she not smell my own succulent fillets braising to perfection in white wine and tarragon in her very own kitchen? Had her love for me waned so savagely that the asparagus, salted ...



PITTSBURGH -- Kids went wild for green ketchup and slurped up purple. Just as grown-ups are getting comfortable with those unexpected hues, Heinz has more surprises on the way. Chocolate fries with your burger? Beginning in May, H.J. Heinz Co. will ship a new line of Ore-Ida frozen potato products called "Funky Fries" featuring five new shapes, colors and flavors, all intended to give kids even more say over their parents' grocery store lists. The new products include french fries flavored with sour cream and chives, cinnamon-and-sugar "Cinna-Stiks," and "Crunchy Rings" basically Tater Tots with a hole in the middle. Then there's "Kool Blue," a sky blue, seasoned french fry, and brown, chocolaty "Cocoa Crispers," designed...

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Ray Luo
United Kingdom
Local time: 13:28
Grading comment
I am not sure.Thank you! Anyway.
3 KudoZ points were awarded for this answer

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4 +1土豆/油炸饼
Ray Luo


  

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土豆/油炸饼


Explanation:
Dan Neal
The Palm Beach Post
09-21-2003
I SAY 'POTATO', BUT SHE SAYS 'TATER (TOT)'
BYLINE: Dan Neal
EDITION: FINAL
SECTION: GOOD LIFE
TYPE: COLUMN RECIPE

What mighty contests rise from trivial things! What wicked battles break from slight affairs! What fearsome, aggravating, long, drawn-out, hair-pulling ordeals issue from crusty little Lincoln Logs of goo!

"Do we have any Tater Tots?" asked my wife.

Tater Tots? The hateful words seared my soul like splatter from a fry basket full of Mrs. Paul's Fish Sticks. How could she do this to me?

Why, great cod! Could she not smell my own succulent fillets braising to perfection in white wine and tarragon in her very own kitchen? Had her love for me waned so savagely that the asparagus, salted ...



PITTSBURGH -- Kids went wild for green ketchup and slurped up purple. Just as grown-ups are getting comfortable with those unexpected hues, Heinz has more surprises on the way. Chocolate fries with your burger? Beginning in May, H.J. Heinz Co. will ship a new line of Ore-Ida frozen potato products called "Funky Fries" featuring five new shapes, colors and flavors, all intended to give kids even more say over their parents' grocery store lists. The new products include french fries flavored with sour cream and chives, cinnamon-and-sugar "Cinna-Stiks," and "Crunchy Rings" basically Tater Tots with a hole in the middle. Then there's "Kool Blue," a sky blue, seasoned french fry, and brown, chocolaty "Cocoa Crispers," designed...



Ray Luo
United Kingdom
Local time: 13:28
Native speaker of: Native in ChineseChinese
PRO pts in category: 23
Grading comment
I am not sure.Thank you! Anyway.

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