Never heard of it, and I live so close to that city I can smell them when the wind is wrong.
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They’re in Hamilton/Fairfield
Is Skyline where they have the hot dogs covered with spaghetti and chili? Cause I love those.
The hot dogs are covered with onion, mustard, chili and shredded cheese. Add their hot sauce for some zing. They are Cheese Coneys.
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I agree with AZSigs that this not a chili. A review of the ingredients and technique finds that the "Cincy Chili" recipe is similar to the recipes Pork Meat Sauce over Rice (Lu Ruo Fan) presented by Kathy Erway; and Cuban Picadillo. This "Cincy Chili" is like Cuban Picadillo without the pepper, raisins and olives.
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Ok, maybe the wrong description but it just isn't palatable to me.
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I lived in CINCI Mid 70s. My new friends said you got to try Skyline. I didn’t like the taste. Now, White Castle that’s a different story. But to each his own.
I agree totally different. I really like Cicinatti chili, but it doesn't stand well on it's own.....needs to be on top of spaghetti with a mountain of cheddar cheese or on a hot dog...…..
If you want to try it......find a Skyline chili restaurant or it in the grocery store.....the frozen box is better than the canned version, but you can find it in most all states in grocery stores.........
I haven't had Cincinnati chili in a long time, and when I did it was homemade by a friend. It was a family recipe. They were from Cincinnati. Anyway, I didn't really consider it "chili" as I know it, but it was great. It's kind of like when I moved to Japan and tried curry for the first time. I really liked it but it was completely different than the various Indian curry dishes that I was familiar with. Anyway, we make large pot of chili at least once a month. I think we'll have to try and make some Cincinnati chili next time. There's nowhere I know of around here that serves it.
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I've had what was called "Cincinnati Spaghetti" in a diner that sounds like this recipe, I liked it.
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Only time I had a Cinci-style chili is at Bob's Big Boy in SoCal, their Chili & Spaghetti, covered in cheddar cheese and chopped onions. It was good in its day, but is has been decades since I've had this kind of meal.
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I was thinking the same thing. I mean it may have been more than a year.
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