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Unread 12-21-2012, 06:48 PM   #1
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Default Had a Cincinati four way for supper

I saw this on Diners Drive-Inns and Dives a long time ago and it has become my favorite way to use leftover Chili.

Made a kicked up Carol Shelby the other day so here it is.

A two way is simply Spaghetti and a ladel of Chili



For a Three way you add a mound of cheese



To complete the four way you add onions



A five way adds beans on top of the onions.

Yummy

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Unread 12-21-2012, 07:23 PM   #2
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Nice, that looks pretty good.
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Oh my, that looks quite tasty. I haven't made any Carroll Shelbys chili in a while. Just might have to have my first four way this weekend!!

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I so didn't know what a Cincinnati 4-way was.


(looks good )
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My wife is from the Cincinnati area. She likes to go to Skyline Chili when we are up there about once a year. Me not so much.
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Looks good from here! I've never tried chili on spaghetti.. I've led a sheltered life.
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Default Cincinnati Chili-Five way

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My wife is from the Cincinnati area. She likes to go to Skyline Chili when we are up there about once a year. Me not so much.
My wife went to school in Oxford, not too far from Cincinnati. She also swears by Skyline chili. She makes the chili with the spices and cocoa. Not only is it one of our family faves (five way with vermicelli rather than spaghetti ), but it is great for chili-dogs if there is any left over.

The other Cincinnati favorite is Goetta (sorta like an oatmeal scrapple using pork). I plan to make some of that and cold-smoke it some day soon.
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Ah yes, the Cinncinnati 4 way. No finer way to work up an appetite for a bowl of chili. What were we talking about again?
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I love the Cincinnati 4 way!! I prefer it over regular spaghetti with sauce now.

Yours looks deelish!
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That looks much better than the Skyline 4 Way I had. You used actual chili
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Is that the one with two hookers and a sheep?

What?

Wrong forum?

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WOW.........that got me to thinking I have some smoked brisket and pork chili in the freezer...............Gonna DO IT!!!!!!!!
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That looks good!
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Looks like some Italian BBQ Mex funk fusion thang going on. I aint scared Pass the Rolaids. I'm Going in
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Looks like some Italian BBQ Mex funk fusion thang going on. I aint scared Pass the Rolaids. I'm Going in
Um-Ya, I forgot that I had a yellow onion and not a sweet vidalia. I shoulda chopped the onions a little smaller. Kinda tore me up toward bed time cause the chili was HOT. Needed some TUMS! Tex Mex meets Italian. I love it!
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