Chef introduces Krispy Kreme-Sloppy Joe sandwich

Chef Charlie Boghosian's previous culinary concoctions have included deep-fried Oreos and deep-fried Kool-Aid balls.

Krispy Kreme, meet Sloppy Joe.

A chef known as the "deep-fry king" of California on Saturday introduced his latest culinary concoction at the San Diego County Fair in Del Mar — a Sloppy Joe sandwich made with a Krispy Kreme doughnut.

Charlie Boghosian of Chicken Charlie's is a familiar figure at state and county fairs across California. His previous experimental heart-melting dishes have included deep-fried Kool-Aid balls and deep-fried Oreos.

Boghosian's latest fair concoction features meat and cheddar cheese centered between two halves of a glazed doughnut.

"Your stomach will thank you!" Chicken Charlie's said on its Facebook page.

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Krispy Kreme Doughnuts said it was not partnering with Boghosian or Chicken Charlie's on the new menu item.

"Our fans have always found unique and interesting ways to use our product," Krispy Kreme spokesman Brian Little told MSN News.

"Krispy Kreme remains a leading branded specialty retailer of premium quality sweet treats and so it is unlikely that you will ever find a Sloppy Joe sandwich in one of our shops."

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