Kayleen Novack of Lenexa reacted to the 2.1 million Scoville Scale Carolina reaper, the hottest in a hot pepper-eating contest last Saturday during the 29th Annual Lenexa Chili Challenge in Old Town Lenexa. Novack and Tommy Stewart of Overland Park fought it out to a tie-breaker before Novack acknowledged defeat.
Kayleen Novack of Lenexa reacted to the 2.1 million Scoville Scale Carolina reaper, the hottest in a hot pepper-eating contest last Saturday during the 29th Annual Lenexa Chili Challenge in Old Town Lenexa. Novack and Tommy Stewart of Overland Park fought it out to a tie-breaker before Novack acknowledged defeat. T. Rob Brown Special to The Star
Kayleen Novack of Lenexa reacted to the 2.1 million Scoville Scale Carolina reaper, the hottest in a hot pepper-eating contest last Saturday during the 29th Annual Lenexa Chili Challenge in Old Town Lenexa. Novack and Tommy Stewart of Overland Park fought it out to a tie-breaker before Novack acknowledged defeat. T. Rob Brown Special to The Star

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