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Make up a jar and keep them in your fridge. Strange though they are, these bright pink beauties are extraordinarily refreshing on a hot summer day. Full on sour dill and tasting of cherry. Tart but sweet. Adapted from Alton Brown's cookbook "Feasting on Asphalt" courtesy of the White Front Cafe, Rosedale, MS.
- Drain the liquid from the pickles into a large container.
- Add the Kool-Aid and the sugar to the liquid and stir until the sugar is completely dissolved.
- Remove the pickles from the jar, slice them in half lengthwise and return them to the jar.
- Return the liquid to the jar of pickles. Not all of the liquid will fit, but make sure the pickles are completely covered.
- Place in the refrigerator and let sit for 1 week before eating.
Very very surprised that I liked these. I tried them on a whim, thinking that they were inexpensive to make and if we didn't like them we could keep them as a curiosity to offer guests. I very tenatively took that first bite, and wow! I think they are delicious. Sweet and a teensy sour, and with a nice cherry flavor. Yum. I'm sold.