Johnny Chapman a.k.a. Johnny Appleseed, a frontier hero, brought apple seeds with him from Massachusetts in the early 1800 and those seeds he planted are the origin of the many apple trees in Ohio.
Food and wine from Ohio, United States of America.
This Cincinnati chili is prepared with Mediterranean herbs and spices such as oregano, cumin, and cloves, and served over pasta, topped with mountains of gratted cheese.
Can you have a Christmas without buckeyes? I don’t think so, especially in Ohio. After all the buckeye is the state tree. You can’t eat the nuts from the tree, but you can make one of the yummiest candies out there look like the nut from the Buckeye tree.
First make your own broth - Use the the liver, gizzard, neck, and any other parts included with you turkey. Fill a medium pot with water, add the turkey parts, and boil for 15- 20 minutes until the meats are cooked through. Strain the broth. Cut the organ meat into small pieces. (This is optional, but it does add a lot of flavor to the stuffing.) You can get some meat from the neck, but we normally discard it.If you are not making this with a whole bird, use canned broth.