Stagaman, Mary
June 2004
Cincinnati Magazine;Jun2004, Vol. 37 Issue 9, p98
The article discusses culinary delicacies. When the food we eat is so highly processed and portable that we can expect to find the same products in elsewhere, it's reassuring to know that there are still some tastes that resist homogenization. Cincinnati, Ohio, has them in abundance, and this is the celebration of the kind of flavors that are truly local: widely mimicked but never truly reproduced. Each of the classics on the list is made right here in the region, some with tried-and-true methods that haven't changed much in a century.


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