Here's twelve non-Ohioans (West-Coasters, specifically) trying to choke down some signature Ohio foods. There's a pretty broad selection of foods, here—Glier's goetta and so forth—but the centerpiece is the Skyline 3-way; they start eating it around 2:10 in the video. Spoiler alert: They think it's gross!
Pictured: NFL commissioner Roger Goodell, right, and credulous bullhorn Peter King take a break from spewing garbage to devour some.
Better on your torso than inside it, I guess.
Sports Illustrated's Peter King, a novelty badger-faced keychain-fob that recites snippets of Roger Goodell's autobiography when you shake it, is doing his annual tour of the NFL's training camps. He's in Cincinnati today, and took a break from uncritically transcribing front-office boilerplate to grab a snack. A…
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The Super Bowl is about three things, in no particular order because that's not the riot we're here to start today: 1. The Football 2. The Commercials 3. The Food. Maybe The Halftime Show too, but that mostly depends on whether or not we get to see some nipple action.
From the Deadspin group chat:
Our Great American Menu post is generating a healthy discussion among foodies, provincialists, and professional trolls (2,500 replies and counting). Those responding most vociferously? Queen City residents, and their pablum providers in the Cincinnati media.