Texans, read no further! Cincinnati chili is nothing like a bowl of red. Each serving starts with a bed of well-cooked spaghetti noodles. On top of them goes ground meat sauce that can be a little hot and a little sweet with a distinctive formation of Greek spices. Usually, the sauce is topped with kidney beans, raw onions, and shredded Wisconsin cheddar cheese – a total of five layers, leading to the moniker “five-way chili.” It is possible to order four-way (hold the onions) or ask for a hay wagon (hold the beans). Oyster crackers are a customary garnish. All of Cincinnati’s chili parlors supplement their menu with double-decker sandwiches and chili dogs piled up like five-way.