3 secrets of Cincinnati Chili
What makes Cincinnati chili just a big deal? Chili made in the Cincinnati area has a couple secrets that folks that do not live in the area don’t know.
1. Cincinnati chili uses cinnamon as a spice in the chili. Why? Because the region is a heavy settled German population. Germans migrated into the area used cinnamon because it was considered a hot spice. Not a spice that would burn your tongue spice but one that will certainly open up the nasal passages.
2. Why is this cinnamon so cool in chili? Cinnamon 500 mg once a day can help keep blood pressures in check and maintain diabetic blood sugars in ranges. This is why tailgate parties have Cincinnati chili served. We need to keep our blood pressures down when yelling at our football team. OMG! Did you see them play this last game? Yes, help yourself to seconds on the chili.
3. Not only is chili good in a bowl but over spaghetti, you know you are in Cincinnati. It is just how we roll here. Chill, chill, chili and spaghetti.
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