Mets Announcer Gary Cohen Completely Rips Into Skyline Chili During Broadcast
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New York Mets broadcaster Gary Cohen is not a fan of Cincinnati's Skyline Chili, which he made very clear during Monday's night's game against the Reds...

Looks delicious to me.
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Originally published on TigerDroppings.com

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15 Comments
I understand why Joe Burrow hated on skyline so bad now
Reply2 months
TFH
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That shite is disgusting. Calling it chili is a sin
Reply2 months
Agree. I tried it and it is terrible and I honestly don't understand how that crap ever got the reputation it has.
2 months
I couldn't agree more with him. We heard so much about this place when we were there. It tasted like crap I made at Kirby Smith dorm in the 80s. It wasn't nasty, it was just a pile of junk a poor kid could whip up on a hot plate. Wolf or Hormel chili was just as good.
Reply2 months
Don't slander those canned chilis. I would eat either Wolf or Hormel, beans or not, 100 times out of 100 over Skyline. Announcers forgot to mention that the disgusting chili gravy is cooked with cinnamon and chocolate. Just an abomination.
2 months
looks horrible
Reply2 months
Visited my buddy in Cincy. Took me to Skyline on the way to a Reds game. It was horrible.
Reply2 months
Skyline fricking sucks. Cinnamon yankee chili
Reply2 months
Hilarious !!
Reply2 months
The Midwest is very strange. I stay as far away as possible.
Reply2 months
I lived in St. Louis for two years. I will say this—I really do miss the fall weather and foliage. Everything else was pretty forgettable.
2 months
Skyline is the worst slop I’ve ever tasted.
Reply2 months
Skyline is definitely NOT chili - and Cohen is right, eat it once and you'll never eat it again.
Reply2 months
The Midwest probably is the region of this country with the worst cuisine.
Reply2 months
It is gross.
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