I am a Cincinnati native now living in Texas. I ate Skyline for over 40 years and I can tell you this recipe is very, very close. I did not put the onion in but used 1/2 tsp onion powder. The only thing I will change next time will be to cut back a little on the vinegar. I browned the beef separatly, drained the grease and added to the heating broth mixture. Brought it all to a boil, reduced heat, covered, and simmered for 1-1/2 hours. Then I used a stick blender as was previously suggested. The consistency was dead on. I let simmer for another 1/2 hour and refrigerated overnight. Next day I reheated slowly and let simmer for 30 minutes and servied piping hot over spaghetti and topped with grated cheddar. The next night I made cheese coneys with the leftovers. Both were delicious. This will definelty help when I need a Skyline "fix". Now, if someone could provide a La Rosa's spaghetti sauce recipe...
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I am a Cincinnati native now living in Texas. I ate Skyline for over 40 years and I can tell...