Recipe of the Day
Lauren's Cincinnati Chili
Cincinnati's famous chili dates to 1922 when a Moravian immigrant created a dish with Middle Eastern spices including cloves, cinnamon, and allspice; along with chocolate, cayenne pepper, Worcestershire, and tomato sauce; and used the mixture to season ground beef. Served over spaghetti, the spicy dish with many variations has been a hit every since.
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