Dueling Dishes: Battle Funnel Cakes

Edwin Goei • OC Weekly • November 17, 2010
It is patently unfair to compare a previously-frozen Jack in the Box funnel cake that goes for a dollar a piece to one made-to-order by a family business at Habibi's Funnel Cakes. But the fact that both are available for purchase literally on...
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