He gave kudos to the sausage, omelettes, and blueberry pancakes served up to the congregation, but lamented that the tater tots were hard and unenticing.
I can't say that Tom's critique on the state of those tots surprised me. Because it's hard to make a really good tater tot. Generally pre-frozen tater tots come out of the oven either mushy or, as in the case of Tom's church breakfast, hard.
Unless you know the secret of how it's done. Which I do. And which I'm going to share with you here and now.
Gold Standard Tater Tots
However, after I pulled my tray of tots from the oven and they'd cooled for a few minutes I had my nephew Randy taste-test them just to be sure:
It was the gold standard.
*For that scene in the movie a "crunch" sound-effect was used to achieve the illusion of the perfect tater tot.