[Sca-cooks] Kool-Aid Dill pickles was OOP, but had to share

Heleen Greenwald heleen at ptd.net
Thu May 10 05:52:47 PDT 2007

Sounds like you had a wonderful day. It all sounded like a wonderful  
Did you taste the Kool Aid pickles? How were they?
On May 10, 2007, at 7:40 AM, Johnna Holloway wrote:

> I read this last night and thought about posting it then.
> The picture in the paper was memorable.
> They will be featured apparently in a forthcoming
> Alton Brown special.
> Alton Brown and his crew were in the Delta yesterday, filming a  
> segment
> for his Food Network show, Feasting on Asphalt. They started their
> tamale trek in Greenville, where they visited Doe's Eat Place
> <http://www.tamaletrail.com/OH_does.shtml> and Scott's Hot Tamales
> <http://www.tamaletrail.com/OH_scotts.shtml>. Then I--Amy Evans, SFA
> oral historian--met them in Rosedale at Joe's Hot Tamale Place
> <http://www.tamaletrail.com/OH_joes.shtml>, where Barbara Pope  
> plied us
> with tamales and Kool Aid pickles.
> http://www.tamaletrail.com/news.shtml
> Johnnae
>> from Phillipa
>>>> A Sweet So Sour: Kool-Aid Dills
>>>> By JOHN T. EDGE
>>>> They are either the worst thing to happen to pickles or a
>>>> particularly brave new taste sensation, but Kool-Aid dills
>>>> are now popular in Mississippi Delta.
>>>> http://www.nytimes.com/2007/05/09/dining/09kool.html?th&emc=th
>>>> ..................
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