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Friday, September 21, 2007

Eating the Kool-Aid

Kool-Aid pickles have come to town! Anyone who read this story from May will share a fascination with the totally bizarre, lurid-hued Southern specialty. How could a dill pickle marinated in Kool-Aid possibly be a good thing?

Now Jake's Dixie Roadhouse has got 'em, and we can find out what the fuss is about. See you there. I'll be the one with the red tongue and the confused look on my face.

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