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Epicurean Kentuckian: Fix 'at up spaghetti at TaP's

2013-10-03 - 104 Public Square, Columbia, KY - Photo by Ed Waggener. Spaghetti has become regular once-a-week fare at many Adair County restaurants. When the cost of the meal is less than a Starbuck's latte, it takes a real pain in the neck to ask to customize it. Some - well, me - do though. Most of the plate is the standard $3.99 plate. But this one is fixed up; it has shredded cheese, diced onions and diced jalapeno (Halloween in homage to the late, great Barbara Hatcher). This pepper had the kick of haberneros, scovilling off the scale! Still, eating through the tears, it was pretty much fantastic. Though I forget to really fix it up with Tabasco. Made me think Cincinnati Five Way at half the price. - EW
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