Harris Faulkner, a Fox News anchor and Outnumbered co-host, was not to be outdone when she appeared as a guest on Fox & Friends and co-host Brian Kilmeade asked if she serves Kool-Aid with the dessert.
Faulkner, who is African American, appeared on the show ahead of the Thanksgiving holiday to give instructions on how to make her peach-cobbler recipe. While she was outlining the summer version, which includes fresh strawberries, Kilmeade asked Faulkner if she serves Kool-Aid, which, like eating fried chicken and watermelon, is a stereotype that has long been associated with African Americans.
Here is the exchange:
"I do it in the summer, and I put fresh strawberries in here, too," Faulkner said.
"Oh, what a good idea," said co-host Steve Doocy.
"Do you make Kool-Aid?" Kilmeade asks Faulkner.
"Do I do what?" she asked.
"Make Kool-Aid," he asked again.
"No, I don't make Kool-Aid," she said, continuing with the recipe without missing a beat.
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