Photograph: Hailey BollingerThe Queen City’s culinary landscape was in the spotlight recently, with a special stop by from Andrew Zimmern, host of the Food Channel’s “Weird Food items: Delightful Places.”
This just isn’t the first time our town has been the star of a food stuff-related television present, and it probable would not be the past, but it even now yields some legitimate Cincy pride when our humble property will get some a lot-deserved recognition.
Each and every episode in the series focuses on a person unique destination or space and what tends to make its culinary lifestyle exclusive.
Year 9, episode 9 aired on Monday, Feb. 1, and Zimmern explored our European-affected dishes like pork schnitzel and goetta (equally trailing from Cincy’s German roots) and our notorious Cincinnati-fashion chili (which has ties to the city’s Greek immigrants), as very well as Graeter’s ice cream, manufactured using the French pot method.
Cooking Channel’s intro for the episode regards Cincinnati as “the fastest rising city in the Midwest,” which is very great, as well.
If you missed the episode, don’t fret. The exhibit will air once again at 2 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 14 — a minimal Valentine’s Working day gift for ya.
Other destinations explored this period incorporate the Iowa State Honest Sitka, Alaska Portland Martha’s Winery and Harlem.