If you're going to be in the Mississippi Delta soon you may want to try one of the region's newest delicacies: a Kool-Aid pickle. We're not sure if they're any good but kids seem to love them. You probably won't find them on any restaurant menus but in mom-and-pop convenience stores throughout the region red jars full of dill pickles soaked in strawberry, cherry or tropical fruit Kool-Aid are becoming more and more popular. Above, you can see Berverly Boddie and one of her Kool-Aid pickles that she hopes to trademark soon and sell out of her Cleveland, Mississippi, grocery store. Yummy - maybe.
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