Deep Fried Kool-Aid

From SignonSanDiego.com:

DEL MAR — The deep-fried Kool-Aid is selling like deep-fried hot cakes, according to their famed creator, “Chicken” Charlie Boghosian.

Chicken Charlie’s is a staple of fried rations at fairs across the country. It sold 400 to 600 orders of deep-fried Kool-Aid per day the first weekend of the San Diego County Fair. That’s about double the rate of previous debut items, Boghosian said.

“That’s because it tastes so darn good,” Boghosian said of the Kool-Aid.

The deep-fried novelty takes the shape of a doughnut-hole. There are five per order. That breaks down to as much as 9,000 balls of deep-fried Kool-Aid eaten over opening weekend.

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  1. Fink,

    It may be wrong, but I can’t help feeling just a little superior to the ignorant, obese hicks who enjoy this garbage.

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  2. DJRJ00,

    At first I was thinking “How do you deep-fry a liquid?!” And then I read the article, it’s dough mixed with kool-aid powder.

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