Professional sporting teams’ PR departments every year try to come out with the latest and greatest ideas to draw fans to their events. One of these ideas is introducing new, exciting, and sometimes even weird food being offered at the concessions stands at the park. And this year is no exception to the rule. Look no further. We have the newest, craziest, and definitely the weirdest ballpark creation. The Fresno Grizzlies, a AAA affiliate of the Houston Astros, introduce the Chickle, which is basically a pickle filed with Nashville hot chicken. Sounds delicious. Doesn’t it?
Let’s see what Twitter’s reaction was to The Chickle.
— Fresno Grizzlies🐻🌮 (@FresnoGrizzlies) May 17, 2017
— SI Extra Mustard (@SI_ExtraMustard) May 17, 2017
— wdsu (@wdsu) May 19, 2017
@PrototypeCube i just want them to call it a hot chickle but sounds delicious
— Miss Lucky Cat (@royalmontgomery) May 19, 2017
— Intentional Talk (@IntentionalTalk) May 19, 2017
I wanna try a chickle😛 pic.twitter.com/Cen8icaeiS
— Elijah Curry❄️ (@CurryEli) May 19, 2017
— TODAY (@TODAYshow) May 19, 2017
Yeah but is it a sandwich??? https://t.co/I5ZIdYWSCX
— Summer of Shift (@NAWTADIGM) May 19, 2017
— Dana Perino (@DanaPerino) May 19, 2017
— Veronica Miracle (@VeronicaABC30) May 19, 2017
I'm offended by the chickle.
— Sirley Carballo (@xoxosirley) May 19, 2017
If you put chicken inside a pickle it would be called a chickle
— Pat Lanza (@PatLanza29) May 19, 2017
— Test Account (@dlvritTTest) May 18, 2017
Have you heard of the Chickle? (chicken inside a pickle) Can it gain traction like those man-jumpers? pic.twitter.com/Smja19OggW
— Admiral Snackbar (@greaseweek) May 18, 2017
@LanaDelRaytheon I'm flying to Fresno to buy a chickle right now
— 🆑🆎 (@noel_murray) May 17, 2017
First we had the Krispy Kreme burger. Now this. I am all up for trying new things. But I think I'm going to have to pass on The Chickle. There are just somethings you just don't mix. Like bacon and ice cream. Each one is good on their own. Why do we keep insisting on mixing great foods together and thus ruining them? I'm a foodie and if there is one thing I know about food after all my years of experience is if it's not broke don't fix it. Leave it just the way it is.