posted on Oct, 28 2016 @ 12:12 PM
a reply to: TheAlleghenyGentleman
No that Skyline/Cincinnati chili is a different thing altogether. Sort of a Greek thing with cinnamon or something. I've never been a fan.
I'm talking about ground beef, some store chili seasonings (and onions and whatnot), Brooks chili beans and Creamette spaghetti, cooked separately.
Putting the spaghetti directly in the pot makes it too mushy.
I like to put my own cooked spaghetti in the bottom of the bowl, then ladle the chili on top. Some people use elbow macaroni, but that has too much
school cafeteria callback for me. Raw diced onions and Fritos on top of that, maybe a dollop of Daisy sour cream and you got your Hoosier chili.
Which I intend to cook up for Sunday's game viewing enjoyment. Colts v Chiefs, 1:00PM Eastern.