Pi (Wednesday, 7 Nov 2012) Reply
Hmm, almost though ...
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(J) (Wednesday, 7 Nov 2012) Reply
2 way serving
ok so one is trough the mouth
and the other ...
Some Texas guy (Wednesday, 7 Nov 2012) Reply
You guys put spaghetti in chili up there?
Well then (Wednesday, 7 Nov 2012)
Cincinati chilli or Skyline Chilli
If you get it from an acrual Skyline restaruant, it's delicious.
Ohio transplant (Wednesday, 7 Nov 2012)
It's actually used more like a sauce poured over spaghetti like the picture shows than spaghetti put into the chili. And it's even stranger than that since they add cinnamon and other odd spices to the chili which has the consistency of baby food. At least the spice combination is strange to me though it has a bit of heat until it's diluted over all that spaghetti. Luckily it hasn't spread much beyond Ohio and into the states around the Cincinnati area. It's worth trying once to see what it's like. Kinda like White Castle or Krystal burger.
LogiC (Wednesday, 7 Nov 2012)
Good curry paste (or even if made from scratch with a good recipe) has cinnamon, among other things, too. So not that surprised it would have that. Perhaps the pictured food does taste ok, looks awful though.
Ohio transplant (Wednesday, 7 Nov 2012)
Yes, but that is part of what makes curry taste like curry and not southwestern chili. At least Ohio doesn't put coconut milk in their version of chili. This stuff is kind of a curry-chili hybrid. Poured over spaghetti. I'd rather have chili (made a batch this past weekend) or a bowl of Thai curry with coconut milk. I didn't make cornbread to go with the chili, though, which I probably should have made.
Some NY guy (Wednesday, 7 Nov 2012)
Chili served over rice is pretty good. First had it when I was stationed at Eielson AFB in Alaska.
Another Texas Guy (Wednesday, 7 Nov 2012)
What you guys from other-than-Texas are talking about is some glorified spaghetti sauce. Chilli has meat of questionable origin, hot Mexican spices, and a ssuce based on maybe tomatoes. No beans, no spagehetti, no rice, no cornbread on the side. Maybe, just maybe a big green jalapeno on the side. Now you strange eatin' Yankees get it together. Chilli don't go with nothing. It stands alone.
Yanqui (Thursday, 8 Nov 2012)
Only two things come from Texas - steers and queers.
CaptainAmerica (Wednesday, 7 Nov 2012) Reply
70% of the picture shoes cheese (cheese not included)
How about plate not included?
D'oh (Wednesday, 7 Nov 2012)
The other 30% SHOW cheese.
Urgh! (Wednesday, 7 Nov 2012)
Shoe cheese? Is that anything like toe jam?
OD (Wednesday, 7 Nov 2012) Reply
Is this before or AFTER dinner?
CaptainAmerica (Wednesday, 7 Nov 2012)
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Trollolol (Wednesday, 7 Nov 2012) Reply
Some of the noodles look like larvae.
poopypants (Wednesday, 7 Nov 2012) Reply
Diarrhea Worms!!! Hahaha!
Rook (Wednesday, 7 Nov 2012) Reply
And that's what is looks like GOING IN!
Barf (Thursday, 8 Nov 2012)
Can't look any worse coming out ...
uhh (Wednesday, 7 Nov 2012) Reply
I swear I saw this in a public restroom today
Food for Thought (Thursday, 8 Nov 2012) Reply
This look reminds me of the cowboy who wanders into a bar and sits near a townie to drink his beer. After a while the cowboy notices that the townie is not eating his bowl of chilli, so he asks: "Are you going to eat that?" The townie pushes it across to the cowboy, saying: "Knock yourself out." The cowboy chows down and gets near to the bottom of the bowl before he finds a dead mouse in the food. He promptly vomits the whole lot back into the bowl, at which point the townie says: "Yeah, thats as far as I got too".
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sarah (Thursday, 8 Nov 2012) Reply
wheres the sick bucket?
Hector Ring (Thursday, 8 Nov 2012) Reply
It's the difference between a politician campaigning and a politician in office.
Cincy chick (Friday, 9 Nov 2012)
Skyline is amazing! Cincy represent!!
Barfed a little (Sunday, 11 Nov 2012) Reply
That looks disgusting! Looks like maggots in mud!
Jet (Wednesday, 28 Nov 2012) Reply
Looks like somebody put a puppy with worms through a food processor.
A Cincinnatian (Friday, 30 Nov 2012) Reply
That's what you get for making in the microwave. Go to the actual restaurant or buy it in a can and make the spaghetti yourself and it will be far better.
Justin (Saturday, 1 Dec 2012) Reply
Pic 1: Before Eating
Pic 2: After Eating. Using the original container as a toilet.
A Fine example of Paper Recycling