This information was found at the About.com website, cooking for kids:http://kidscooking.about.com/od/desserts/r/macgrillchoccak.htm
The first time I tried the Macaroni Grill chocolate cake, I immediately wanted the recipe. It is moist on the inside with a decadent chocolate ganache topping, then it is finished off with chopped walnuts.
Although I'm told the authentic Macaroni Grill chocolate cake recipe calls for coffee, I wanted to make a version for the kids. So this smothered chocolate cake recipe uses buttermilk in place of the coffee.
I like these because they are so quick and easy. Even though you use Bisquick, they don't come out tasting like Bisquick or like baking powder. I always have to double the batch to make sure I get some!
From www.TopSecretRecipes.com. A favorite has to be the buttermilk biscuits they are so light and fluffy they just melt in your mouth. They were made fresh daily in every store. Now due to the popular demand of these biscuits, they come frozen. This was sent to a recipe group, AARestaurant_Recipes, by tabbitha. This recipe was adapted from Todd Wilbur's book Top Secret Recipes.
One of the favorite items that is on the menu is the Barbecue sauce that was original made fresh in the store and used to dip the wings, the original chicken and now the chicken strips. Now it comes in a bag and all we have to do is add hot water and keep warm.
The Colonel used to sell chicken nuggets that were tasty but he thought 'Why not prepare fresh chicken strips of all white meat?' and that is how the Colonel's Crispy Strips were born. You will notice it is the same as the Extra Crispy.
Due to the waste of chicken in the restaurants, the Colonel created a recipe to help use the chicken that was unable to be sold...so he devised the potpie recipe. You see, the chicken could only sit and be sold for 2 hrs after it is fried. This was sent to a recipe group, AARestaurant_Recipes, by tabbitha
I copied this recipe from another website. I finally tried this recipe. I left the skin on (used Russet potatoes). It had a wonderful thin, crispy coating. The taste was ok but a little bland...maybe because I omitted the msg. I'll try again later with more spices or an msg substitute if one is available.
This recipe was retrieved from Olive Garden's website. After browsing hundreds of recipes for that "one" Alfredo sauce, I found the ONE! I have never liked any other Alfredo sauce other then Olive Garden's - I made this recipe last night with angel hair pasta & roasted chicken
This is the best Alfredo sauce ever. This is several recipes combined into one. You can also add your choice of meat (chicken, shrimp or even crab). The closest OLIVE GARDEN is an hour away and I will never drive that far again just for Alfredo sauce. I promise this is the best sauce ever. Definitely a dish you would want to impress your guest with.