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#1 bestselling Top Secret Recipes series with more than 4 million books sold!  A full-color cookbook from America's Clone Recipe King   For more than twenty-five years, Todd Wilbur has been obsessed with recreating America's most iconic brand-name foods at home. In his first cookbook with color photos, the New York Times bestselling author brings you 125 new clone recipes: #1 bestselling Top Secret Recipes series with more than 4 million books sold!  A full-color cookbook from America's Clone Recipe King   For more than twenty-five years, Todd Wilbur has been obsessed with recreating America's most iconic brand-name foods at home. In his first cookbook with color photos, the New York Times bestselling author brings you 125 new clone recipes: 75 first-time hacks and 50 overhauled all-time favorites. Each recipe comes with easy-to-follow step-by-step photos so that even novice cooks can perfectly recreate their favorite famous foods with everyday ingredients. And your homemade versions cost just a fraction of what the restaurants charge! The result of years of careful research, trial-and-error, and a little creative reverse-engineering, Top Secret Recipes® Step-by-Step hacks:    • KFC® Original Recipe® Fried Chicken and Cole Slaw    • Cinnabon® Classic Cinnamon Roll    • IKEA® Swedish Meatballs    • Pinkberry® Original Frozen Yogurt    • Raising Cane's® Chicken Fingers and Sauce    • Arby's® Curly Fries    • Lofthouse® Frosted Cookies    • Wendy's® Chili    • Panera Bread® Fuji Apple Chicken Salad    • Starbucks® Cake Pops    • Cafe Rio® Sweet Pork Barbacoa    • McDonald's® McRib® Sandwich    • The Melting Pot® Cheddar Cheese Fondue    • P.F. Chang's® Chicken Lettuce Wraps    • The Cheesecake Factory® Stuffed Mushrooms    • Ben & Jerry's® Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough Ice Cream    • Chick-fil-A® Chicken Sandwich    • Chili's® Baby Back Ribs    • Chipotle Mexican Grill® Adobo-Marinated Grilled Chicken & Steak    • Cracker Barrel® Hash Brown Casserole    • Mrs. Fields® Chocolate Chip Cookies    • Ruth's Chris Steakhouse® Sweet Potato Casserole And over 100 more delicious dishes, from snacks and appetizers to entrees and desserts! From the Trade Paperback edition.


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#1 bestselling Top Secret Recipes series with more than 4 million books sold!  A full-color cookbook from America's Clone Recipe King   For more than twenty-five years, Todd Wilbur has been obsessed with recreating America's most iconic brand-name foods at home. In his first cookbook with color photos, the New York Times bestselling author brings you 125 new clone recipes: #1 bestselling Top Secret Recipes series with more than 4 million books sold!  A full-color cookbook from America's Clone Recipe King   For more than twenty-five years, Todd Wilbur has been obsessed with recreating America's most iconic brand-name foods at home. In his first cookbook with color photos, the New York Times bestselling author brings you 125 new clone recipes: 75 first-time hacks and 50 overhauled all-time favorites. Each recipe comes with easy-to-follow step-by-step photos so that even novice cooks can perfectly recreate their favorite famous foods with everyday ingredients. And your homemade versions cost just a fraction of what the restaurants charge! The result of years of careful research, trial-and-error, and a little creative reverse-engineering, Top Secret Recipes® Step-by-Step hacks:    • KFC® Original Recipe® Fried Chicken and Cole Slaw    • Cinnabon® Classic Cinnamon Roll    • IKEA® Swedish Meatballs    • Pinkberry® Original Frozen Yogurt    • Raising Cane's® Chicken Fingers and Sauce    • Arby's® Curly Fries    • Lofthouse® Frosted Cookies    • Wendy's® Chili    • Panera Bread® Fuji Apple Chicken Salad    • Starbucks® Cake Pops    • Cafe Rio® Sweet Pork Barbacoa    • McDonald's® McRib® Sandwich    • The Melting Pot® Cheddar Cheese Fondue    • P.F. Chang's® Chicken Lettuce Wraps    • The Cheesecake Factory® Stuffed Mushrooms    • Ben & Jerry's® Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough Ice Cream    • Chick-fil-A® Chicken Sandwich    • Chili's® Baby Back Ribs    • Chipotle Mexican Grill® Adobo-Marinated Grilled Chicken & Steak    • Cracker Barrel® Hash Brown Casserole    • Mrs. Fields® Chocolate Chip Cookies    • Ruth's Chris Steakhouse® Sweet Potato Casserole And over 100 more delicious dishes, from snacks and appetizers to entrees and desserts! From the Trade Paperback edition.

30 review for Top Secret Recipes Step-by-Step: Secret Formulas with Photos for Duplicating Your Favorite Famous Foods at Home

  1. 4 out of 5

    ALLEN

    This 2015 cookbook with Todd Wilbur's confident smirk on the cover has a lot going for it: (1) There are plenty of photos, and they're all in color. (2) While a few "clone" or "hack" recipes are for store items like Sabra Hummus or Cracker Jack, many more are for signature restaurant foods like Boston Market's Meatloaf, Cracker Barrel's Sawmill Gravy, Marie Callender's Golden Cornbread, or Mrs. Field's Chocolate Chip Cookies. (3) Most recipes are in the Easy-to-Medium range. (4) Step-by-step ins This 2015 cookbook with Todd Wilbur's confident smirk on the cover has a lot going for it: (1) There are plenty of photos, and they're all in color. (2) While a few "clone" or "hack" recipes are for store items like Sabra Hummus or Cracker Jack, many more are for signature restaurant foods like Boston Market's Meatloaf, Cracker Barrel's Sawmill Gravy, Marie Callender's Golden Cornbread, or Mrs. Field's Chocolate Chip Cookies. (3) Most recipes are in the Easy-to-Medium range. (4) Step-by-step instructions are clear and easy to follow. (5) The author, Todd Wilbur, explains how his recipes have evolved over time. If you envy the "big name" recipes and would like to emulate them, TOP SECRET RECIPES STEP-BY-STEP is for you! Illustration: El Pollo Loco's Fire-Grilled Chicken:

  2. 4 out of 5

    A.L. Sowards

    When author Todd Wilbur asked me if I’d like to review his newest cookbook, Top Secret Recipes Step By Step, I was instantly intrigued. Who hasn’t wondered how to make their favorite restaurant food? After looking through the book and trying out some of the recipes, I can sum this cookbook up in one word: fun. Okay, maybe two words would be better: fun & delicious. Here’s what I liked about the cookbook: Usually if I flip through a recipe book, I’m interested in trying out only a small percentage When author Todd Wilbur asked me if I’d like to review his newest cookbook, Top Secret Recipes Step By Step, I was instantly intrigued. Who hasn’t wondered how to make their favorite restaurant food? After looking through the book and trying out some of the recipes, I can sum this cookbook up in one word: fun. Okay, maybe two words would be better: fun & delicious. Here’s what I liked about the cookbook: Usually if I flip through a recipe book, I’m interested in trying out only a small percentage of the items listed. If a quarter of the recipes sound good, that’s impressive. But with Top Secret Recipes, there are only a handful that don’t sound delicious. The vast majority are on my want-to-try list. Each recipe has multiple pictures. Most recipes have about ten, and all the pictures are in color. While cooking, you know not only how the end product is supposed to look, but also how it should look during most steps of the process. I learned something from each recipe I made. For example, if you want cookies to be chewy on the inside and crisp on the outside, use frozen dough. Or if you don’t want your broiled shrimp to curl up at the ends, use two skewers, one on each end. I enjoyed each of the recipes I tried. The Carrabba’s Pollo Rosa Maria was good, the Bubba Gump Shrimp New Orleans was amazing, and the Mrs. Fields recipe is my new go-to recipe for chocolate chip cookies. The recipes are adaptable. Want KFC fried chicken, but don’t want to eat MSG? If you’re flexible about the taste, you can just leave it out. The recipes gave me lots of ideas, even when I didn’t make the exact item. For example, I often make baked fries at home from scratch. I didn’t use the recipe for Arby’s Curly Fries, but I looked at the ingredient list and used that combination of spices. Since I didn’t batter and fry them, they didn’t taste exactly like the real deal, but they were still a fun change-up from the usual. Each recipe is marked easy, medium, or hard, so you know what you’re getting into before you whip out the mixing bowl or the frying pan. I might not try any of the hard recipes while I still have young kids at home, but as my kids get older, I could see us having fun making Hostess Cupcakes and some of the other more time and labor intensive foods. Maybe someday we’ll even be brave enough to make Dippin’ Dots ice cream (it requires liquid nitrogen). The book has a table of contents. I’ve been surprised by how many cookbooks skip those few pages, but having a list of all the recipes makes it so much easier to get meal ideas or to find the recipe you want. It also has an index, so you can look the recipe up by the brand name or by the dish name. The book would make a great gift for anyone who likes to spend time in the kitchen, or for anyone who likes to solve food mysteries. The only suggestion I’d make is different binding: the trade paperback doesn’t stay open by itself. While cooking, I had to prop it open. It’s not a big deal and I’d still call this a five-star cookbook, but spiral binding would make the book even better. Oh, and one other wish. I would love Todd to hack some of the recipes for Cafe Zupas. *I received a review copy from the publisher in exchange for my honest opinion.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Freda Mans-Labianca

    I love this cookbook! It has many of my favorite restaurants recipes, including the secret recipe for Col. Sanders yummy Kentucky Fried Chicken. I saw that, and others, and my mouth and stomach started having a party! We're big meatloaf people in this household, so when I saw Boston Market's copycat recipe for their 'famous' meatloaf, I knew what I had to try first. It was an easy recipe, which I even made the Hickory Ketchup that went in and on the meatloaf. Have to say though, if this meatloaf I love this cookbook! It has many of my favorite restaurants recipes, including the secret recipe for Col. Sanders yummy Kentucky Fried Chicken. I saw that, and others, and my mouth and stomach started having a party! We're big meatloaf people in this household, so when I saw Boston Market's copycat recipe for their 'famous' meatloaf, I knew what I had to try first. It was an easy recipe, which I even made the Hickory Ketchup that went in and on the meatloaf. Have to say though, if this meatloaf is famous, I can just imagine what would happen if word got out about my own meatloaf. While this one was tasty and delicious, my son, husband and mother all agreed that my own meatloaf recipe is just a little bit better. While that made me feel awesome, I was hoping the cookbook would have given me a new hit in the home. Still, I have many recipes left to try from the Col's chicken to Big Mac's!! I can't wait to dig in and try some more grub!! I think many of you will love this book, to be able to cook your favorites with a fraction of the cost is a great reason to own it. Besides having your favorites any time you want now.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Penmouse

    Top Secret Recipes Step-by-Step Secret Formulas with Photos for Duplicating Your Favorite Famous Foods at Home by Todd Wilbur features color photos showing how to prepare the recipes. This is a new twist as the typical Top Secret Recipes cookbook are minus photos but have always included draftsman-style illustrations. The Step-By-Step cookbook has the drawings plus photos making Wilbur's newest cookbook user friendly. Wilbur also has rated recipes Easy, Medium or Hard depending on how difficult t Top Secret Recipes Step-by-Step Secret Formulas with Photos for Duplicating Your Favorite Famous Foods at Home by Todd Wilbur features color photos showing how to prepare the recipes. This is a new twist as the typical Top Secret Recipes cookbook are minus photos but have always included draftsman-style illustrations. The Step-By-Step cookbook has the drawings plus photos making Wilbur's newest cookbook user friendly. Wilbur also has rated recipes Easy, Medium or Hard depending on how difficult the recipe is to prepare. Wilbur says novice cooks should start out with the Easy or Medium recipes before trying some of the Hard recipes. Most of the recipes found in his newest cookbook are in the Easy to Medium range, according to Wilbur. Another change Wilbur made was the listing of ingredients by weight instead of volume where weighing ingredients would provide a more reliable result. Wilbur did include volume measurements, for the cooks who do not have a kitchen scale. Finally, Wilbur has listed recipes as "First-Time Hacks" for recipes newly included in his repertoire top secret recipes. Previous top secret recipes that were "re-hacked" are listed as "Improved Hacks". Some of the recipes you'll find in Wilbur's newest cookbook include: *Applebee's Oriental Chicken Salad *Ben & Jerry's Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough Ice Cream *Boston Market Meatloaf *Burger King Stuffed Steakhouse Burger *Cafe Rio Tres Leches Cake *The Capital Grille Lobster Mac 'N' Cheese *The Cheesecake Factory Chicken Madeira *The Cheesecake Factory Vanilla Bean Cheesecake *Chick-fil-A Chicken Sandwich *Chilli's Molten Chocolate Cake *Cracker Barrel Chicken Fried Steak *Dippin' Sots Banana Split Ice Cream *El Pollo Loco Fire Grilled Chicken *Gatorade Orange Sports Drink *Hostess Twinkie *IHOP New York Cheesecake Pancakes *IKEA Swedish Meatballs *Jack in the Box Beef Taco *KFC Cole Slaw *Legal Sea Foods Legal's Signature Crab Cakes *Long John Silver's Battered Fish *Marie Callender's Famous Golden Cornbread *McDonald's McRib Sandwich *Mrs. Field's Chocolate Chip Cookies *Panera Bread Asian Sesame Chicken Salad *Pepperidge Farm Milano Dark Chocolate Cookies *Pinkberry Original Frozen Yogurt *Red Lobster Pumpkin Pie in a Jar *Rubio's Original Fish Taco *Sabra Classic Hummus *Taco Bell Mexican Pizza *Tony Roma's Baby Back Ribs *Waffle House Waffles *Wendy's Chilli The Kindle version of Top Secret Recipes Step-By-Step Secret Formulas with Photos for Duplicating Your Favorite Famous Foods at Home includes a clickable table of contents. Recommend.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Tami Winbush

    It was a hard decision for me to make the call on a three star review for this book. I really wanted to like it, but there were some points that just made it impossible to give it the four or five stars that it needed. I made the following recipes out of this book: The Cheesecake Factory Mashed Red Potatoes - quite an addition to the Thanksgiving table I might add. It never fails that whatever I try to do, ends up messed up and I have to half ass something. So my heavy cream was curdled and I had It was a hard decision for me to make the call on a three star review for this book. I really wanted to like it, but there were some points that just made it impossible to give it the four or five stars that it needed. I made the following recipes out of this book: The Cheesecake Factory Mashed Red Potatoes - quite an addition to the Thanksgiving table I might add. It never fails that whatever I try to do, ends up messed up and I have to half ass something. So my heavy cream was curdled and I had to use my own hack of butter and milk to make it. I found it to be too garlicky, and that was with extra butter and an extra pound of potatoes. Not his fault if he thought that's how the restaurant's potatoes tasted. You can tell I'm not a professional photographer! And that we ate the potatoes before I remembered to take the picture. OOPS! Next we tried the Panera Bread Spinach & Bacon Baked Egg Souffle. Yumm! OK, so, I ended up having to do my own little hack because I don't have ramekins in my house. I'm not sure I know of anyone who does. But I guess that's just me. So I used my Pampered Chef mini loaf pan to make them. And I'll tell you what, it doesn't matter what you make these mothers in...they are good. I mean, eat until you die of stuffedness good. (Yes, I make up words!) Now for the 3 star part. There are just so many recipes that have things that make it really impossible to do them. Like the Dippin' Dots. Who happens to have some spare liquid nitrogen lying around? And I don't know about you, but I don't even know where to buy it! Then the Arby's Curly fries. Who happens to have a curly fry cutter? It just seems that the vast majority of the recipes called for things that were not in the ordinary person's pantry. And I really wanted something that was going to be that way. I guess I was expecting it. Or at least something that was easily accessible, like heavy cream (even if you let it curdle). If you're willing to go out and go the extra mile to hunt down the things you need for the recipes in this book, then this book might make it worth your while, but I just found it was too much for me.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Patty

    Todd Wilbur has been cloning recipes for twenty plus years. If you have a favorite food from a well-known restaurant or company, he has most likely created a very close copy of it. Go to his website (topsecretrecipes.com) to earn more about Todd Wilbur, his recipes, and his many Top Secret Recipe books. Top Secret Recipes Step-by-Step has 125 new recipes. Of those,75 are brand new. The rest are remakes or improved hacks. Most of the ingredients are easy to find or you probably have them at home. Todd Wilbur has been cloning recipes for twenty plus years. If you have a favorite food from a well-known restaurant or company, he has most likely created a very close copy of it. Go to his website (topsecretrecipes.com) to earn more about Todd Wilbur, his recipes, and his many Top Secret Recipe books. Top Secret Recipes Step-by-Step has 125 new recipes. Of those,75 are brand new. The rest are remakes or improved hacks. Most of the ingredients are easy to find or you probably have them at home. There are a few types of peppers and cheeses used for recipes that I have never bought. I don't own a curly fry slicer or smoker, but this is where one can improvise. The schematics used in his older books are replaced with color photos showing each recipe step by step.. I tried out the recipe for Wendy's Pretzel Bacon Cheeseburger from Top Secret Recipes Step-by-Step and was very happy with the results. I have enjoyed making copycat recipes since I got married. I like making my own versions of popular foods at a much reduced price compared to buying them or eating out. I was so excited to discover Todd Wilbur and his recipes years ago. I also liked watching his show, Top Secret Recipe, when it was on CMT. Which by the way, all the recipes featured on it are in this book. This is a great book for someone who already is a fan of Todd Wilbur or anyone who has discovered his Top Secret Recipes for the first time. I received a free copy of this book from Word Slinger Publicity in exchange for my honest review.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Mary Miller

    Love It I really liked the choices of recipes to clone. Todd included some of my very favorite restaurant items and brand name foods. The ingredient lists are well arranged and the step-by-step instructions and photos are clear and easy to follow.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Linda Wimberly

    A cooks delight Excellent recipes. Directions are easy to follow. Pictures are nice but as a more experienced cook they didn't help me. They might help a novice. My one complaint was a lack of a table of contents. (Did I miss it.) A cooks delight Excellent recipes. Directions are easy to follow. Pictures are nice but as a more experienced cook they didn't help me. They might help a novice. My one complaint was a lack of a table of contents. (Did I miss it.)

  9. 4 out of 5

    Julie

    Great mix of new recipes and updated recipes. I like the pictures.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Naomi

    Oh my lordie, this was a cool cookbook! I love when I can get cool books on sale and that was this book! Loaded down with NUMEROUS easy to prep recipes complete with difficulty levels and step by step directions/images, this book is a must for anyone looking to save a couple of bucks by preparing at home or just looking for the challenge of trying to duplicate some of your favorite restaurant recipes. Word of warning...these recipes don’t scream healthy food choices. While I will be making recip Oh my lordie, this was a cool cookbook! I love when I can get cool books on sale and that was this book! Loaded down with NUMEROUS easy to prep recipes complete with difficulty levels and step by step directions/images, this book is a must for anyone looking to save a couple of bucks by preparing at home or just looking for the challenge of trying to duplicate some of your favorite restaurant recipes. Word of warning...these recipes don’t scream healthy food choices. While I will be making recipes out of here, this definitely isn’t my go to cookbook.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Brenda

    Great mix of national and regional recipes. Mistrust pantry staples or easily attainable ingredients.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Samantha

    When I was offered this to review I jumped at the chance. Having a husband that loved food and eating out is one of his favourite past times I couldn't wait to try this out on him. This is beautifully presented on high glossy paper and easy steps to follow. I love that the recipes are easy to follow and they have been rated on difficulty to prepare the meals. I found this really useful to choose one that I thought I would be able to achieve. Majority of the recipes in the book seemed to be easy When I was offered this to review I jumped at the chance. Having a husband that loved food and eating out is one of his favourite past times I couldn't wait to try this out on him. This is beautifully presented on high glossy paper and easy steps to follow. I love that the recipes are easy to follow and they have been rated on difficulty to prepare the meals. I found this really useful to choose one that I thought I would be able to achieve. Majority of the recipes in the book seemed to be easy or medium, this was good as a novice. The ingredients and weights are set out in cups, this was useful as I could create the meals without the need for scales. Some of the ingredients were unusual and perhaps you wouldn't have in the kitchen cupboards, occasionally I substituted certain items for things in the kitchen, this didn't effect the overall flavour of the dish. Some of the ingredients you may have to go to a larger supermarket for. Some of the Top Secret recipes come from American fast food chain restaurants, some of these I had heard here in the UK and I have even tried, however some were totally new to me. Due to this I can't actually comment on the likeliness of the flavour compared to the original, however the recipes I have tried so far I thought were excellent. For pictures of the food I created please visit my blog. Mrsbbooks2011.blogspot.co.uk I would recommend this to others, especially if you are a fan of American food chains. I would like to thank the publisher for sending this in exchange for an honest review.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Sandra Noel

    I've used Todd Wilbur's cookbooks before, so I couldn't wait to get hold of this one. There was only one problem...I could barely pry it out of my teenage daughters' hands!! I love that this edition has step by step photography instead of little sketches. A lot of these recipes I would feel totally comfortable turning them over to my daughters to cook as the recipes are so easy to understand and follow. I've seen fairly ridiculous prices for a small box of mix to make Red Lobster's Cheddar Bay Bi I've used Todd Wilbur's cookbooks before, so I couldn't wait to get hold of this one. There was only one problem...I could barely pry it out of my teenage daughters' hands!! I love that this edition has step by step photography instead of little sketches. A lot of these recipes I would feel totally comfortable turning them over to my daughters to cook as the recipes are so easy to understand and follow. I've seen fairly ridiculous prices for a small box of mix to make Red Lobster's Cheddar Bay Biscuits, but you can make them here quickly and easily...and pretty cheaply! Make your own Olive Garden salad with dressing (this dressing is sooo good!!), or KFC's Grilled Chicken! Who wouldn't want to be able to make their own Cracker Barrel Chicken Fried Steak or Chili's Grilled Baby Back Ribs? All these and so many more are found in the pages of this delightful book. Some of the recipes do require specialty items such as liquid nitrogen for Dippin' Dots or a special pan to make Twinkies or a special cutter for curly fries, but most are made with items many people typically have or are easily accessible. This is a fun cookbook. Instead of going out to eat, why not get together as a family and make some of your favorite "eat out" foods at home! I received a copy of this book from Penguin Random House for my honest review. All thoughts and opinions are my own.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Lynnie

    How often do you find yourself at a restaurant and think, "I wish I could make this at home!"? This was a fun cookbook to read through for just that reason. I found several recipes that I hope to make including Pepperidge Farm Milanos, Outback Steakhouse's Honey Wheat Bushman Bread and many others. I've already made the Cracker Barrel Hashbrown Casserole and it was a winner (and I had an entire PAN of it to enjoy!). I'll definitely be looking at some of Wilbur's other Top Secret cookbooks after How often do you find yourself at a restaurant and think, "I wish I could make this at home!"? This was a fun cookbook to read through for just that reason. I found several recipes that I hope to make including Pepperidge Farm Milanos, Outback Steakhouse's Honey Wheat Bushman Bread and many others. I've already made the Cracker Barrel Hashbrown Casserole and it was a winner (and I had an entire PAN of it to enjoy!). I'll definitely be looking at some of Wilbur's other Top Secret cookbooks after this.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Theresa Jehlik

    I'd read the earlier books in the series but had never really cared for the drawings that resembled those submitted with patent applications. Using step-by-step photographs was much better. I could see what the final product really looked like. I was amazed at how closely some of the homemade recipes looked like their restaurant version. A good book for those who want to recreate restaurant favorites at home. I'd read the earlier books in the series but had never really cared for the drawings that resembled those submitted with patent applications. Using step-by-step photographs was much better. I could see what the final product really looked like. I was amazed at how closely some of the homemade recipes looked like their restaurant version. A good book for those who want to recreate restaurant favorites at home.

  16. 4 out of 5

    Suelibevg

    I love looking at cookbooks, and this one was a treat. Wilbur specialized in duplicating famous foods in your home kitchen, from restaurants as well as well known foods. The illustrations are well done and helpful. I tried the fudgsicle recipe and it was just like the ones you can buy. Summer is a great time to try those fun recipes like this, and this will be most helpful. Recommended.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Sharon Richardson

    Fun to read. Good stories about the recipies too. I haven't tried many of the foods in this book but will try and make some. Fun to read. Good stories about the recipies too. I haven't tried many of the foods in this book but will try and make some.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Chris

    I have some recipes to be trying.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Cindy Kleback

    One definite recipe I'm trying is the Hashbrown Casserole from Cracker Barrel. Yum! One definite recipe I'm trying is the Hashbrown Casserole from Cracker Barrel. Yum!

  20. 5 out of 5

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  21. 5 out of 5

    Krissy

    okay - i might read again There weren't a lot of recipes I want to recreate in there. okay - i might read again There weren't a lot of recipes I want to recreate in there.

  22. 4 out of 5

    Cynthia Panza

  23. 5 out of 5

    Desiree Kroeger

  24. 5 out of 5

    Ann Kulbeckas

  25. 5 out of 5

    gary r may

  26. 5 out of 5

    Sherry Ebner

  27. 4 out of 5

    San San

  28. 5 out of 5

    Charity A Bramblette

  29. 4 out of 5

    B. Practical

  30. 4 out of 5

    Alice Phillips

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