The Eater website is currently promoting "Classics Week," featuring stories on dozens of iconic dishes and recipes from around the U.S. — including "How Camp Washington's Chili-Topped Spaghetti Became Cincinnati Legend."
Eater Associate Editor Hillary Dixler provides a brief introduction to Cincinnati's spaghetti/chili/cheese signature dish for (likely aghast) readers, including its origin story centered on Greek immigrants. She then has co-owner Maria Papakirk take us on a step-by-step tour of how to correctly build a five-way, with lots of photos.
Eater describes itself as "the source for people who care about dining and drinking in the nation's most important food cities." It's one of a number of online publications owned by Vox Media
, which also operates SB Nation, The Verge and Vox.com.
Read the glowing report here