When Fox News anchor Harris Faulkner stopped by "Fox and Friends" for a fun cooking segment this week about making peach cobbler, she was taken off guard by a question popped by Brian Kilmeade.
After explaining the dish can be made year round with canned peaches, and that she likes to add fresh strawberries when making it in the summer, Kilmeade asked Faulkner, "Do you make Kool-Aid?"
"Uh, no, I don't make Kool-Aid," Faulkner replied, visibly taken aback before smiling and playing it off with, "But I made an adult beverage for us."
The remark seemed to take everyone off guard, including Faulkner's daughter, Bella, who gave an incredulous look toward the camera immediately following the remark.
"Fox and Friends" co-host Steve Doocy also thought the question was bizarre, prompting Kilmeade to explain, "It reminds me of summer."
The segment continued, and Faulkner gave a cheek kiss to both Doocy and Elisabeth Hasselbeck before wrapping up, with Kilmeade remaining quiet.
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