Food·Posted on Feb 20, 201311 Cincinnati Foods That Are Better Than YoursDon't be jealous. The worst part about moving away from Cincy is leaving behind this regional feast.by Donna DickensBuzzFeed StaffFacebookPinterestTwitterMailLink 1. Cincinnati is home to Graeter's Ice Cream, otherwise known as manna from Heaven. choppedonion.com 2. Native Cincinnatians know Skyline Chili is the only chili. Flickr: laughingsquid Only transients prefer the subpar Gold Star. You wanna fight about it? 3. Hate yourself in the morning by taking Izzy's 110 Reuben challenge. izzys.com Or yield to moderation and split this local Cincinnati beast with some friends. 4. Why eat gross, old chain pizza when you can eat Cincinnati-grown La Rosa's? sphotos-a.xx.fbcdn.net Particularly delicious when consumed inside of King's Island. 5. Speaking of, King's Island is also home to the best soft-serve flavor in the world. toomanytocount.blogspot.com You haven't lived until you've consumed seasonal blueberry ice cream. 6. Montgomery Inn BBQ sauce is liquid crack. cynicalcook.com Be suspicious of the birth place of any Cincinnatian who prefers "dry rub." 7. No bakery can hold a candle to the cookies, cupcakes, and doughnuts at Busken Bakery in Hyde Park. boards.bengals.com Get your own dozen. 8. True Cincinnatians know Glier's Goetta is the perfect breakfast (of anytime) food. cincinnati.com Goetta is so delicious, it gets its own festival every summer! 9. And of course nobody from Cincinnati would eat gross Cadbury Eggs at Easter with these around. toristory.buzznet.com 10. Graceland can keep their peanut butter, banana, and bacon Elvis sandwich. Cincinnati has the grilled-cheese doughnut from Tom + Chee. Get the Blueberry Bleu for optimal deliciousness. 11. In Cincinnati, you eat crepes with your hands from It's Just Crepes. morristsai.com Eating crepes in the car, like a sir.