From filling up the city's bank account to filling a plate of pasta.
Tomorrow night's Hotter 'n Hell Hundred Pasta Feed should be a little faster and tastier .
And that's all thanks to new ovens.
Today the MPEC received two new portable ovens.
The more then six thousand dollar gift was donated to the MPEC by the North Texas Restaurant Association.
"This will allow us, the Restaurant Association with the spaghetti dinner, it will allow us to cook our bread sticks right here, they will be delicious and yummy, but more importantly they will belong to MPEC and the city," said Rick Hatcher Spaghetti Dinner Chairman.
MPEC officials say they are looking into changing up their menu to fully utilize their new gift.
But it will be tomorrow night when those oven's will cook for the first time.
The Hotter 'n Hell Hundred Pasta Feed will be tomorrow night at 5:30 p.m. in the Kay Yeager Coliseum.
They expect to serve more than four thousand people.
And if you aren't riding or don't have a ticket it's not too late.
It costs just $8.00 for the meal, and those tickets can be bought at the door.
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