Cincinnati has a history of conservatism and seclusion, particularly when it comes to cuisine, but that's changing. People are rediscovering and, in some cases, recreating ancient pleasures like cinnamon-scented chili over spaghetti, ice cream with large chocolate pieces, and traditional German butchers selling goetta, bratwurst, and metts. The city's tables are experiencing a new vigor thanks to a similar desire for experimentation and creativity among restaurants, farmers' markets, and food producers. Enquirer food critic Polly Campbell explains how Cincinnati's history laid the foundation for its current menu by compiling the tales of the pioneers and businesspeople from both the past and the present.-- Amazon.com. Cincinnati has developed a reputation for conservatism and seclusion through the years, particularly in the food world, but that is beginning to change.
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