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Epicurean Kentuckian: Italian Sausage at Galen Campbell's cart

2015-10-21 - Exit Corner Public Square & Greensburg Street, Columbia, KY - Photo by Evan Waggener.
Haven't found a better Italian Sausage in Downtown Louisville or Chicago than at Galen Campbell's cart in downtown Columbia. The bun was moist but not soggy, the sausage has a neat pop to the bite, and the red & green peppers gave the snack good color, pretty close to colors of the Italian flag, Galen Campbello told me in a brief geography lesson, something else I learned about my ancestral home: You can't even buy a hot dog without getting a school lesson thrown in, to boot, even on fall break for me. A note of warning: sometimes there's a line. I ate lunch in the Mexican restaurant before attempting the queue. Had the Polish Sausage for dessert; I prefer protein to sugary treats. - Evan.

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