I Ate Chili On Top Of Spaghetti In Cincinnati For Lunch Once

That chili is no Sunday gravy. Still good though.
Dec 11, 2012 12:31 pm

My dating adventures once brought me home to meet a boyfriend's family for New Year's in a town called Cincinnati. The story pretty much ends there, save for a heaping platter of 3-way. Spaghetti was involved. It was not sexy, but I always say I'll try anything once. The whole story, after the jump.

Food Republic Buffalo Wings Power Rankings

Rating 8 chains by their menus, and websites
Oct 3, 2012 12:01 pm

Jason Kessler is stuck in L.A. with limited access to the major wing chains in the U.S. Luckily, he's got a computer, a phone and some good ol' fashioned ingenuity to rank chicken wing chains based solely on their websites and a phone call to a randomly selected location in Ohio. Because as we all know, as Ohio goes, so goes the nation. It's time to wing it.

Video: This Is How Sweet Corn And Black Raspberry Ice Cream Is Made

And it might just involve power tools
Jul 31, 2012 11:46 am

The Ohio-based ice cream pros at Jeni's Splendid Ice Creams just sent us his video documenting the making of their popular sweet corn and black raspberry ice cream. So if you ever wondered how those ugly, cumbersome ears of corn are integrated into the pastry side of cooking, here’s your answer.

20 Great Things To Eat And Drink in Ohio

A quick culinary guide to the Buckeye State
Mar 30, 2012 9:01 am
El Greco's Pizza

I was reared in The Heart of It All, as the motto goes, learning to love the Cincinnati Reds, Cincinnati Bengals and, above all, the Ohio State Buckeyes. In honor of the basketball team’s trip to the Final Four, here are 20 foods, drinks and restaurants that make the state so great.


Ha Ha Pizza Yuks It Up

Pizza is no laughing matter at this hippie pie spot
Oct 28, 2011 12:01 pm
Ha Ha Pizza
photo: benimoto on Flickr

Living in New York, I’m lousy with excellent pizza. A well-blistered, mozzarella-blanketed slice is never more than a 10-minute stroll away, and even a bottom-of-the-oven NYC pizza still trumps the trio of dismal options available to me while growing up in the Midwest: greasy deep-dish Pizza Hut, puffy Papa John’s or Little Caesar’s, a pizza so subpar you received...

A Tribute To The White Castle Slider

Sometimes a 59-cent hamburger is all that matters
Oct 25, 2011 10:01 am

The first time I ate a White Castle hamburger I was wildly stoned, the kind of brain-fried high you only get when you’re 17 and sitting in a friend’s car, listening to Built to Spill and cruising around the suburbs with no destination in mind.

Don't Admit Dagwood Defeat

Ohio Deli's comically humongous sandwich conquers
Sep 27, 2011 12:31 pm
ohio deli's dagwood sandwich
Photo: Cindy Funk on Flickr

It takes a really famous sandwich to carve out a spot in both Webster's Dictionary and the American Heritage Dictionary, which is why the Dagwood should be part of every sandwich-lover's food heritage.


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