No need to give up Skyline Chili, meatless item returns for Lent

Observing the Lenten season doesn’t mean you have to give up Skyline Chili all-together.

The Meatless Greek Pasta Bowl has returned to Skyline Chili locations for Lent, the six weeks leading up to Easter Sunday.

Although many Skyline locations always have the dish’s ingredients on site, the pasta bowl was officially introduced last year.

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“The Greek Pasta Bowl was very well received last year and is a great option for those who eat meatless meals between Ash Wednesday and Easter,” Sarah Sicking, director of marketing for Skyline Chili said.

The warm meatless pasta dish includes kalamata olives, tomatoes, pepperoncinis, feta cheese and Greek dressing.

It will be available through March 31 at Skyline locations in the Cincinnati, Northern Kentucky, Dayton and Columbus areas.

A small is about $3.50 and regular sizes is about $5.

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