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Cincy Style Chili - Eating Adventure - May 9, 2009 - Everyone Welcome - Thu, 02/5/09 4:20 PM
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Hear Ye, Hear Ye:
 
Fellow Roadfooders, mark your calendars
 
Date:  Saturday May 9th, 2009
Time:  10:00am
Locations:  See The latest on page 2
 
 
After talking with some friends, we thought about getting together for a Cincinnati Style Chili Adventure.  Eating at all the different types of Cincinnati Chili parlors
 
We are talking:
 
Dixie Chili
Camp Washington Chili
Price Hill Chili
Blue Ash Chili
Gold Star Chili
Skyline Chili
 
(also maybe US chili & Emperess Chili)
 
with a possible stop for ice cream at either Aglameiss or Graeters... or both!
 
Other events that weekend
 
The Reds are in town and play the cardinals.
The Cincy Playhouse is doing "Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde"
The Newport Aquarium is holding their "Frog Bog"
 
So there is lots to see and do in cincy that weekend, hopefully lots of Roadfooders can turn out for this one of a kind event.
 
 
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Re:Cincy Style Chili - Eating Adventure - May 9, 2009 - Everyone Welcome - Thu, 02/5/09 5:07 PM
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CajunKing -

Nice line-up...I beleive I've got committments already that day but this is one I really would like to try.  We'll see!  Thanks for organizing!

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Re:Cincy Style Chili - Eating Adventure - May 9, 2009 - Everyone Welcome - Thu, 02/5/09 5:32 PM
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I was just introduced to this kind of chili two years ago and am a big fan.  But I have a question.  How can anyone eat that much chili in one day?

It sounds wonderful but I cannot figure out how you can do this without being full after two stops!

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Re:Cincy Style Chili - Eating Adventure - May 9, 2009 - Everyone Welcome - Thu, 02/5/09 5:38 PM
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most of them offer "small" portions, or pick and choose which ones

I listed all the cincy style parlor's available, we may limit it down closer to the event so we can get the widest variety

My fav's

Camp Washington
Price Hill
Blue Ash
Skyline

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Re:Cincy Style Chili - Eating Adventure - May 9, 2009 - Everyone Welcome - Thu, 02/5/09 5:40 PM
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Greymo


I was just introduced to this kind of chili two years ago and am a big fan.  But I have a question.  How can anyone eat that much chili in one day?

It sounds wonderful but I cannot figure out how you can do this without being full after two stops!

 
As i found out a few years ago with the Glee Club when we tried to do many BBQ stops in one day, the answer is to only sample a very small bit of each stop.  We did not do that and after a couple of stops, we were stuffed.
 
I have learned to temper my intake a lot.
 
Paul E. Smith
Knoxville, TN



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Re:Cincy Style Chili - Eating Adventure - May 9, 2009 - Everyone Welcome - Thu, 02/5/09 6:08 PM
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I envision a bunch of dudes standing around, Cool Hand Luke-style, with their spoons in their pockets.

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Re:Cincy Style Chili - Eating Adventure - May 9, 2009 - Everyone Welcome - Thu, 02/5/09 6:14 PM
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Nancypalooza


I envision a bunch of dudes standing around, Cool Hand Luke-style, with their spoons in their pockets.

 
You are correct except we did not consume 50 eggs.  I was just too much BBQ.
 
Paul E. Smith
Knoxville, TN



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Re:Cincy Style Chili - Eating Adventure - May 9, 2009 - Everyone Welcome - Thu, 02/5/09 6:44 PM
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It is a lot easier to divide a portion of Pulled Pork or ribs than it will be to split an order of Chili !! Maybe round up a couple of gallons of each "brand" and have a "Tasting" at some central location??

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Re:Cincy Style Chili - Eating Adventure - May 9, 2009 - Everyone Welcome - Fri, 02/6/09 8:31 AM
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Of course, I am in!  Already have it marked on the calendar. 

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Re:Cincy Style Chili - Eating Adventure - May 9, 2009 - Everyone Welcome - Fri, 02/6/09 8:59 AM
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CajunKing, put me down as a definite "yes" ( gawd, am I a glutton for intestinal punishment! )   :-)

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Re:Cincy Style Chili - Eating Adventure - May 9, 2009 - Everyone Welcome - Fri, 02/6/09 9:11 AM
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I can't make it, but I would be very interested in seeing photos and reading reports from the Cincinnati chili parlours that you visit. 

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Re:Cincy Style Chili - Eating Adventure - May 9, 2009 - Everyone Welcome - Fri, 02/6/09 10:06 AM
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This sounds like my kind of event. Too bad I won't be anywhere near Cincinnati anytime in the near future.

Just wondering, I went on to yahoo yellow pages and there appear to be many, many other independent chili parlors in the Cincinnati area. Instead of going to the chains Gold Star, Empress or Skyline, why not check out a few of those other ones?
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Re:Cincy Style Chili - Eating Adventure - May 9, 2009 - Everyone Welcome - Fri, 02/6/09 10:21 AM
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WJ-
I was hoping I might be able to talk you into joining us.  Any chance at all?

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Re:Cincy Style Chili - Eating Adventure - May 9, 2009 - Everyone Welcome - Fri, 02/6/09 10:26 AM
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buffetbuster


WJ-
I was hoping I might be able to talk you into joining us.  Any chance at all?



Buffetbuster
 
Unfortunately it's doubful I'd be able to make it although I was just thinking as I was writing this,  I was considering a 3 day weekend visit to Pittsburgh sometime this spring.  Perhaps May 9th  could be that weekend!


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Re:Cincy Style Chili - Eating Adventure - May 9, 2009 - Everyone Welcome - Fri, 02/6/09 12:33 PM
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I'll have to see on this one, my Grand daughter's First Communion is the next day, and I may have a house full of company.
I'll stay tuned.

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Re:Cincy Style Chili - Eating Adventure - May 9, 2009 - Everyone Welcome - Fri, 02/6/09 12:51 PM
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<<How can anyone eat that much chili in one day? >>

If I was going on this tour (sorry, I'd love to but it would be a logn haul from NJ...) I would buy a quart or so from each place, taste it on site then and simply save what I can't eat for the next couple of days and freeze the rest.

Unlike BBQ (especially ribs), Chili re-heats very well  and still tastes real good even after being in the freezer.

I envy you guys, the closest we can get to Cinci Chili in NJ is Skyline in a very expensive can, with left over spaghetti.

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Re:Cincy Style Chili - Eating Adventure - May 9, 2009 - Everyone Welcome - Fri, 02/6/09 1:13 PM
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ken8038



If I was going on this tour (sorry, I'd love to but it would be a logn haul from NJ...) 

 
Isn't that what ROAD FOOD  is all about??
 
                                                                  

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Re:Cincy Style Chili - Eating Adventure - May 9, 2009 - Everyone Welcome - Fri, 02/6/09 1:47 PM
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Don, We'll give a tentative "be there" at this point. More details as the date draws closer. Right now we are focused on Memphis and Mississippi next week!

We might combine a couple of chili-stops with a shopping visit to Jungle Jims !!

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Re:Cincy Style Chili - Eating Adventure - May 9, 2009 - Everyone Welcome - Fri, 02/6/09 2:10 PM
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Cincy ain't that far from Knoxville.  I hope i can work it in.  Perhaps WJ can join along with the others.  That would be fun.  I just have to remember to pace myself.
 
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Re:Cincy Style Chili - Eating Adventure - May 9, 2009 - Everyone Welcome - Fri, 02/6/09 7:11 PM
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If I was going on this tour (sorry, I'd love to but it would be a long haul from NJ...) 
 
Isn't that what ROAD FOOD  is all about?? >>

Yep. Even as I was typing it I was saying to myself, "Somebody's gonna nail me on that statement".
  
                                                                  

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Re:Cincy Style Chili - Eating Adventure - May 9, 2009 - Everyone Welcome - Wed, 04/1/09 4:26 PM
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OK FOLKS

With a little over one month to go I have questions

Where should are focus be:

Chains:

Dixie
Emperess
Gold Star
Skyline

Independents:    (* indicates places I have eaten)

Blue Ash Chili  *
Camp Washington Chili  *
Covington Chili  *
D&D Chili
Dayton Chili (Dayton, KY)
Delhi Chili   *
Gourmet Chili
J&J Restaurant
J.K.'s Chili
Park Chili
Patrick's Bar & Grill
Pleasant Ridge Chili
Price Hill Chili   *
Sam's Chili
US Chili   *
Westside Chili


Or a mixture like


Camp Washington
Price Hill
Blue Ash
Dixie or Emperess
Gold Star or Skyline


HELP!!!!

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Re:Cincy Style Chili - Eating Adventure - May 9, 2009 - Everyone Welcome - Wed, 04/1/09 4:34 PM
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I'm thinking one chain (Dixie) and the rest independents.

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Re:Cincy Style Chili - Eating Adventure - May 9, 2009 - Everyone Welcome - Wed, 04/1/09 4:47 PM
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I have been trying to map a course and there are so many choices

There are a load of indys on the westside

Maybe starting in NKY at Dixie or Covington, then crossing the river into the west side (Camp Washington, Price Hill, Westside, sam's, J&J)

Maybe Jungle Jim's for a break from eating then onto Pleasant Ridge or Blue Ash.


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Re:Cincy Style Chili - Eating Adventure - May 9, 2009 - Everyone Welcome - Wed, 04/1/09 7:47 PM
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CajunKing, that sounds like a pretty good idea. I only recently learned of Jungle Jim's, and I'm really eager to check it out.

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Re:Cincy Style Chili - Eating Adventure - May 9, 2009 - Everyone Welcome - Thu, 04/2/09 1:11 PM
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CK-
I would prefer to only go to one chain and spend the rest of our stops at independents.  Isn't Empress the place that is credited with inventing Cincy style chili?  If so, I would vote to go there, purely for historical reasons.  But, as always, I will happily go where ever you and the group decide.

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Re:Cincy Style Chili - Eating Adventure - May 9, 2009 - Everyone Welcome - Thu, 04/2/09 1:15 PM
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CK-
I would prefer to only go to one chain and spend the rest of our stops at independents.  Isn't Empress the place that is credited with inventing Cincy style chili?  If so, I would vote to go there, purely for historical reasons.  But, as always, I will happily go where ever you and the group decide.

 
I'm fine with Empress (from a historical persepective). I've never been there. I just selected Dixie, because I thought it was much better than Gold Star or Skyline.



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Re:Cincy Style Chili - Eating Adventure - May 9, 2009 - Everyone Welcome - Thu, 04/2/09 3:01 PM
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CK, wish I could join yall! Sounds like great fun. I will also be looking forward to the reports.

And, yall keep your ears open for some secret recipe secrets. :~)
Joe

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Re:Cincy Style Chili - Eating Adventure - May 9, 2009 - Everyone Welcome - Thu, 04/2/09 3:25 PM
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My husband and I are interested, but we'll have to check on the date to see if we can make it-- his schedule is pretty busy with school and everything.  But my vote is to put more emphasis on independent chili parlors rather than the chains.  There's only so much chili I can eat in one day, and a person's gotta prioritize.  ;)

I'd also like to put in a good word for Mike's Chili and Gyros along Rte 4 in Hamilton.  Unusual name, but they do a tasty chili (and an awesome 1/2 lb. burger, in case anyone needs a change of pace). 

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Re:Cincy Style Chili - Eating Adventure - May 9, 2009 - Everyone Welcome - Thu, 04/2/09 4:15 PM
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Both Dixie and Emperess could be considered independents, each place is unique

I was only adding GS or SL for comparison values

What about

Dixie Chili (in NKY)
Covington Chili (in NKY)
Camp Washington Chili
Price Hill Chili
Emperess Chili
Delhi Chili
Blue Ash Chili


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Re:Cincy Style Chili - Eating Adventure - May 9, 2009 - Everyone Welcome - Thu, 04/2/09 4:21 PM
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CajunKing


Both Dixie and Emperess could be considered independents, each place is unique

I was only adding GS or SL for comparison values

What about

Dixie Chili (in NKY)
Covington Chili (in NKY)
Camp Washington Chili
Price Hill Chili
Emperess Chili
Delhi Chili
Blue Ash Chili


Looks good to me!

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Re:Cincy Style Chili - Eating Adventure - May 9, 2009 - Everyone Welcome - Thu, 04/2/09 6:13 PM
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Looks like a great list CK!

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Re:Cincy Style Chili - Eating Adventure - May 9, 2009 - Everyone Welcome - Thu, 04/2/09 8:18 PM
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I have a friend who was a manager at my local skyline joining us on the crawl.  He is a coney head!  He is looking forward to it.


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Re:Cincy Style Chili - Eating Adventure - May 9, 2009 - Everyone Welcome - Fri, 04/3/09 7:25 AM
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arianej


My husband and I are interested, but we'll have to check on the date to see if we can make it-- his schedule is pretty busy with school and everything.  But my vote is to put more emphasis on independent chili parlors rather than the chains.  There's only so much chili I can eat in one day, and a person's gotta prioritize.  ;)

I'd also like to put in a good word for Mike's Chili and Gyros along Rte 4 in Hamilton.  Unusual name, but they do a tasty chili (and an awesome 1/2 lb. burger, in case anyone needs a change of pace). 


Really?  That's good to know!  I drive by that place everyday and never gave much more than a second glance.  I'll have to give it a try...  I have seen Jungle Jim's mentioned here several times - we are very lucky, we only live a few miles from there and we get to shop there every Saturday - what a place!  We might be interested in the Chili meet up as well

mr_melvis

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Re:Cincy Style Chili - Eating Adventure - May 9, 2009 - Everyone Welcome - Sat, 04/4/09 4:20 AM
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Re: Mike's Chili and Gyros
mr_melvis

Really?  That's good to know!  I drive by that place everyday and never gave much more than a second glance.  I'll have to give it a try...  I have seen Jungle Jim's mentioned here several times - we are very lucky, we only live a few miles from there and we get to shop there every Saturday - what a place!  We might be interested in the Chili meet up as well

mr_melvis


We eat there regularly on the way home from Jungle Jims!  I've only been to one other independent chili parlor (Blue Ash) but seem to recall that in comparison, Mike's seemed to have more spices in their chili.  Not hot, per se, but flavorful, with more of a noticeable hint of cinnamon, which I like.

If we're not in the mood for the Cincinnati chili, my husband usually gets the gyro with feta, and I get either the jalapeno cheeseburger or the chili cheeseburger, which requires a knife and fork to eat.  Sinful, but worth it.  ;)

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Re:Cincy Style Chili - Eating Adventure - May 9, 2009 - Everyone Welcome - Mon, 04/6/09 4:48 PM
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CK

Put me in for "tentative" for now. The airfares just went up
I was hoping to get either a free r/t or one way ticket due to
circumstances beyond my control, that may have changed.
I'll keep you updated and will let you know if I can attend.

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Re:Cincy Style Chili - Eating Adventure - May 9, 2009 - Everyone Welcome - Wed, 04/22/09 10:27 AM
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The date for the Cincy chili tour is coming up fast and I am so looking forward to it.  From conversations I have had with WJ, it doesn't look like he will be able to make it.  So, it will be just Mariton and I driving in from Pittsburgh.

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Re:Cincy Style Chili - Eating Adventure - May 9, 2009 - Everyone Welcome - Wed, 04/22/09 5:10 PM
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WOO HOO I get to meet Mariton!!!!

Dixie Chili (in NKY)
Camp Washington Chili
Price Hill Chili
Emperess Chili
Delhi Chili
Jungle Jim's
Blue Ash Chili


I ate a Covington Chili the other day.... BLECH!




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Re:Cincy Style Chili - Eating Adventure - May 9, 2009 - Everyone Welcome - Wed, 04/22/09 6:12 PM
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CajunKing, I wish that we could join you all, but that's the weekend that Amy is graduating here in CT.  We'll be thinking of you, though, and you better take these folks to Graeter's for pretzel cones!  That reminds me about posting that logbook...

Oh, and you may want to spotlight some place for goetta for those who haven't tried it.    Chris

P.S.  You'll love Mariton, by the way -- she's hilarious and so sweet!
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Re:Cincy Style Chili - Eating Adventure - May 9, 2009 - Everyone Welcome - Thu, 04/23/09 9:05 AM
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ayersian-
Camp Washington Chili is the only place I have ever had goetta, so those who want to try it will be able to.  If it is on one of the other chili parlor's menu, I will probably order it for comparison's sake.

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Re:Cincy Style Chili - Eating Adventure - May 9, 2009 - Everyone Welcome - Thu, 04/23/09 3:47 PM
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I have plotted the route around the queen city

Dixie Chili
2421 Madison Ave {Covington, N KY}
http://www.dixiechili.com/


Camp Washington Chili
3005 Colerain Ave {Cincy}
http://www.campwashingtonchili.com/


Price Hill Chili
4920 Glenway Ave {Cincy}
http://www.pricehillchili.com/


Graeters Ice Cream
3301 Westbourne Drive {Cincy}
http://www.graeters.com/


Emperess Chili
5675 Rapid Run Rd {Cincy}

Delhi Chili
4875 Delhi Ave  {Cincy}

Jungle Jims (World Famous Market)
5440 Dixie Hwy (Rt 4)  {Fairfield}

Blue Ash Chili
9565 Kenwood Rd  {Blue Ash/Kenwood}
http://www.blueashchili.com/

Aglamesis Brothers Ice Cream
3046 Madison Road  {Cincinnati}
http://www.aglamesis.com/

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Re:Cincy Style Chili - Eating Adventure - May 9, 2009 - Everyone Welcome - Thu, 04/23/09 3:56 PM
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THAT looks like a great eating day!  I love the way you snuck in, not one, but two, ice cream stops.  Well done CK!

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Re:Cincy Style Chili - Eating Adventure - May 9, 2009 - Everyone Welcome - Thu, 04/23/09 5:26 PM
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CajunKing:

Take notes and give out rating sheets to the Roadfood team.  I am going to examine the results carefully for my trip to Cincinnati!

Have a great eat!

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Re:Cincy Style Chili - Eating Adventure - May 9, 2009 - Everyone Welcome - Thu, 04/23/09 6:19 PM
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Great job, CajunKing!  I made a Googlemap based on your list and thought I'd share it here in case it would be of help to anyone else:

http://maps.google.com/maps/ms?ie=UTF8&hl=en&msa=0&ll=39.133256,-84.517822&spn=0.260449,0.860367&z=11&msid=108363965442729264708.0004684000c39b09d669a

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Re:Cincy Style Chili - Eating Adventure - May 9, 2009 - Everyone Welcome - Thu, 04/23/09 7:39 PM
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Attendees:

CajunKing
Jason Cutter (former Skyline Manager)
BuffettBuster
Mariton (YIPPEE)
NocarolinaBob

I know there are others out there

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Re:Cincy Style Chili - Eating Adventure - May 9, 2009 - Everyone Welcome - Mon, 04/27/09 9:06 PM
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BUMP


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Re:Cincy Style Chili - Eating Adventure - May 9, 2009 - Everyone Welcome - Mon, 04/27/09 9:08 PM
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ayersian


Oh, and you may want to spotlight some place for goetta for those who haven't tried it.    Chris


 
 
The first 3 stops all have Goetta on their menu. 
 
I will think of you and Amy when we get to Graeter's we will have a toast to her graduation, with black raspberry chip ice cream. 



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Re:Cincy Style Chili - Eating Adventure - May 9, 2009 - Everyone Welcome - Wed, 04/29/09 4:43 PM
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I have talked with Buffettbuster and we have set the start time

10:00am Dixie Chili on Madison Ave in Covington
11:00am Camp Washington Chili



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Re:Cincy Style Chili - Eating Adventure - May 9, 2009 - Everyone Welcome - Sat, 05/2/09 9:54 PM
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{{{CHECK}}}
{{{CHECK}}}
{{{Is this thing on??}}}

With less than a week left, I am checking in to get a head count.

(X) CajunKing
(X) Buffettbuster
(X) Mariton
(X) Jason C
(X) NoCarolinaBob
(X) Soozycue
(X) Tumbleweed365
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Re:Cincy Style Chili - Eating Adventure - May 9, 2009 - Everyone Welcome - Sun, 05/3/09 1:21 AM
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nocarolina was talking with us about the chili crawl you guys are going on... wish we could be there to participate. I have had Sky Line chili once before and the spice of it caught me off guard. Is it my belief that Cincy chili had a greek flavor behind it???

I mentioned to him about wanting to put together a BBQ crawl in Lexington over a 2 day period. LOL, his comment was "Good God, there's 26 BBQ places here". I still would like to plan something like that if we can get enough people together for it. I will post about it under BBQ in the next day or two.


Dennis in Cary
 

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Re:Cincy Style Chili - Eating Adventure - May 9, 2009 - Everyone Welcome - Tue, 05/5/09 6:08 PM
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Re:Cincy Style Chili - Eating Adventure - May 9, 2009 - Everyone Welcome - Tue, 05/5/09 8:00 PM
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YEAH!!!!!!!!!!!
 
See Ya there!

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Re:Cincy Style Chili - Eating Adventure - May 9, 2009 - Everyone Welcome - Wed, 05/6/09 8:05 AM
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Glad you can make it and I'm looking forward to meeting you!

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Re:Cincy Style Chili - Eating Adventure - May 9, 2009 - Everyone Welcome - Thu, 05/7/09 6:35 PM
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I really, really gave it the old college try..

Priceline rejected my ridiculously low bid again..

I'm sure you'll all have a fantastic time- I'll be there in spirit...



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Re:Cincy Style Chili - Eating Adventure - May 9, 2009 - Everyone Welcome - Thu, 05/7/09 7:05 PM
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wanderingjew


I really, really gave it the old college try..

Priceline rejected my ridiculously low bid again..

I'm sure you'll all have a fantastic time- I'll be there in spirit...

 

 
We will offer a toast to you in absentia.  Shall it be Ice Cream or chili?

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Re:Cincy Style Chili - Eating Adventure - May 9, 2009 - Everyone Welcome - Thu, 05/7/09 8:39 PM
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arianej, thanks so very much for the Googlemap of Cincy. It'll make Saturday's chili excursion much easier ( I tend to get lost a lot. )