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The time honored practice of Cincinnati Chili-ing a lady implies digital stimulation of the vagina with spice-coated fingers, during the woman's menstrual period.
When I asked her if she wanted some Cincinnati Chili and she replied "yes", I was absolutely delighted.
by The BH January 02, 2007
 
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A genre of chili local to Cincinnati, Ohio and its suburbs in Newport and Covington, Kentucky. Developed by Greek immigrants in the early 1920s, it is a variation of a Greek meat stew. It generally includes some ingredients unusual to chili such as cinnamon, nutmeg, allspice, cocoa and a touch of vinegar. The first Cincinnati Chili was Empress, which is still a small but vital chain but the most popular/widespread chains are Skyline and Gold Star. Dixie Chili is based in Newport, Kentucky. The chili is served two-way, three-way, four-way and five-way with the addition of spaghettti, cheese, onions and beans and oyster crackers and hot sauce are expected gratuitious condiments on the table or by request. Frozen, canned and kits in spice packs are sold at Kroger and other Upper South grocery emporiums.

This genre of chili is rightfully more of a spaghetti topping or sauce than it is a traditional chili and has an addictive quality. It's also a popular late-nite after-bar food in the area along with White Castle hamburgers.
I live in Dayton (Ohio) where we can only get Skyline and Gold Star Cincinnati Chili in the restaurants so we took a road trip to Newport, Kentucky to sample some Dixie Chili and back through Cincy for some Empress Chili. Then I found out that you can get canned Dixie chili and frozen Empress at Kroger back home.
by Marthakay January 05, 2006
 
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The time honored practice of Cincinnati Chili-ing a lady implies digital stimulation of the vagina with spice-coated fingers, during the woman's menstrual period.
When I asked her if she wanted some Cincinnati Chili and she replied "yes", I was absolutely delighted.
by The BH December 26, 2006
 
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This culinary barbarity from Cincinnati, Ohio is really a hoked-up spaghetti sauce that consists of a faux weak chili flavored with spices such as chocolate, cinnamon, allspice, and possibly Worcestershire.

This goop is spooned on pasta (of all things!) and topped off with ingredients such as chopped onions, shredded Cheddar cheese, beans, and crushed oyster crackers. Cincinnatians who specify Five-Way Chili get the works: all of that.
A trip to Ohio would not be complete without sampling some Cincinnati chili, and enjoying the dribbling diarrhea that it both resembles and may result from it.
by eViL pOp TaRt April 03, 2006