Greasy food fun at the Fair

The newest creation from Chicken Charlie’s at the Los Angeles County Fair is the Kool-Aid chicken sandwich. Fairgoers can try this creation and a plethora of other fried foods at the fair, which runs every Thursday through Sunday until May 30. / photo by Jingyao Liang
The newest creation from Chicken Charlie’s at the Los Angeles County Fair is the Kool-Aid chicken sandwich. Fairgoers can try this creation and a plethora of other fried foods at the fair, which runs every Thursday through Sunday until May 30. / photo by Jingyao Liang
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Jingyao Liang, a junior business administration major and photography minor, is a staff photographer for the Campus Times.

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