From the origins of Graeter's Ice Cream and the city's famed chili (and all its varieties), to some of our most acclaimed chefs and restaurants, a new book explores the history of food in Cincinnati.
The author is a known expert on the subject: Polly Campbell, the longtime and recently retired food writer and critic for the Cincinnati Enquirer.
The book, Cincinnati Food: A History of Queen City Cuisine, offers a vast study of what we love to eat here. Whether it's a plate full of cinnamon-scented chili on spaghetti, or skillets frying up goetta, or other uniquely Cincinnati staples, Campbell's book will leave your mouth watering for a taste of home.
She joins Cincinnati Edition to talk about it.
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