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I love to make good restaurant copy cat recipes or similar dishes. Most of these I have not tried yet.
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4 Reviews |  By Sue Lau

The Blue Owl is a very cute, tea room type of establishment, in Kimmswick Missouri. Kimmswick is a very small and special little town that has lots of shops filled with antiques and gifts. I am sure you know the type. The also have one of the older St. Louis riverboats there, the Huck Finn, I believe. Not at the restaurant! But down the street at the Mississippi river bank. I often visit Kimmswick when I go back to see my parents, who live not too far from there. The Blue Owl serves foods besides desserts, but it is the desserts they wow everyone with for both size and taste and the reason the Blue Owl is slightly "famous".

Recipe #320059

This is the actual Macaroni Grill recipe for Carmela's Chicken Rigatoni. At home, I use a combination of olive oil (2 T) and butter (4T) instead of butter flavored oil (less overall as well). In addition, I use Kittencal's recipe for caramelized onions

Recipe #226968

8 Reviews |  By Nif

Who doesn't like an Orange Julius? I got this from Gloria Pitzer's website, even though it is not her recipe. She says - This is probably one of the best copycat recipes of the Orange Julius secret recipes we've come across. The "secret" has got to be the cool whip as it adds that incredible creamy texture to the drink. Enjoy!

Recipe #365684

Gloria Pitzer is known for copying famous foods. "I take the junk out of junk food," says Pitzer. "You know what goes into my recipes." Gloria is careful to point out that she doesn't actually know what the big chains put in their food. "I don't try to dissect the foods and figure out the chemical ingredients," she says. "I never, ever try to steal anyone's secret corporate recipe. I just do my best to duplicate the taste." The preparation time includes refrigeration. Enjoy!

Recipe #365689

My hometown newspaper (The Orlando Sentinel) finally published this, my favorite chicken dish ever, in their "Thought you'd never ask" column. There are copycats on Zaar, but this is the actual recipe, as given by Carrabba's. Not for the dieter, but a divine dish perfect for company and easy to throw together!

Recipe #361631

This recipe comes from a newspaper clipping that claims supposedly that this is the recipe from The Rib Room Rotisserie-Extraordinaire in New Orleans, LA.

Recipe #344564

This recipe is found on and is supposedly for this dish served on the Southern Railway's "Southern Crescent" passenger train. I have no idea if it is authentic or not, but it is worth posting. Resting time in refrigerator is not included.

Recipe #344679

8 Reviews |  By KelBel

This is an Emeril Lagasse recipe for microwave brownies. They are simple and delicious. You can use any flavor chips for variation.

Recipe #144539

This wonderful soup recipe, is from my favorite grocery store, located in Minneapolis, MN. I make it using wild rice that has been harvested by hand, thus supporting the Native American's who grow it in Northern MN. There really is a difference.

Recipe #178083

This is a dressing that was a speciality at one of our local restuarants. They published the recipe in the paper. The recipe calls for 1 1/4 cup sugar. I tried to change it and the it would not submit corrected. I will try again.

Recipe #286244

I received this in an email from our local news web site courtesy of J Bucks. This is my DH favorite meal at J Bucks. I usually do not post a recipe without trying but since this recipe is suppose to be directly from the restaurant, I am posting. The serving size is not posted so I am assuming this is for 2 (their serving sizes are huge). You make up the sauce first. The recipe does not state how much sauce this does make. The instructions are not as thorough as I would like. Once I try the recipe, I will update.

Recipe #330697

Dixie's BBQ is located in Bellevue, Washington.

Recipe #344195

This recipe come from Savannah's Bed and Breakfast Inn in Savannah, Georgia. Enjoy!

Recipe #344211

As the fall entertaining season warms up, here is a treasured 75-year old recipe from the Fairmont Hotels and Resorts. Loaded with seafood, this sought after dish is surprisingly easy to make and is guaranteed to impress!!

Recipe #344237

This recipe came from a small cookbook called Patches Cookie Book that came from Patches in Emmaus, PA. Each year for many years the gift/novelty shop invites locals to submit handwritten recipes for the book. This came from the 2002 edition my mom picked up for me when she traveled to PA that year. This particular recipe is credited to Sally Applegate. I just made these for my holiday tray and learned a few things: the recipe does not make as many as the 60 it says it does, paper liners for the muffin tins are a must (I sprayed my first large batch of muffin tins only to realize that the carmelized sugar makes it impossible for these to come out in one piece.), and that these may not be traditional shofly's but a variation thereof based on a zaar and internet search. These shofly's (as spelled in the handwritten recipe) have no molasses and also have the addition of cream cheese in the crust. They are very good though! Yield will depend on how full you fill each muffin tin with the given layers. I ended up with 42.

Recipe #344302

There is a fantastic restaurant in Springfield, MO where they throw the most delicious rolls at you before, during and after your meal. This is a copy cat recipe of those exact rolls. If you get the chance, visit the restaurant. If not, try these rolls anyway. They are so very good!

Recipe #102734

This is from WWW.TOP SECRET RESTAURANT RECIPES.COM, BIG BOY Sandwich origination date 1937.

Recipe #341435

This is a recipe from the Blue Owl Restaurant and Bakery in Kimmswick, Missouri. Kimmswick is an historic town. This restaurant has even been featured on the Food Network. When I saw this recipe I couldn't wait to try it, so I did, it was delicious !!! I had so much faith in this recipe that I doubled it on the first try, and I am glad I did, they flew out of here with the family. The owner of the restaurant says this is a favorite and bestseller for them. I am sure you will enjoy it, this is one of the easiest recipes I have ever made, but it is one of the best ! Tastes like a Gooey Butter Cake!! I myself used parchment paper which made the cookies thicker and gooeyier if there is such a word LOL Prep time includes 30 min refrigeration.

Recipe #341550

This recipe comes from the book: "Toll House, Tried and True Recipes", a compilation of recipes, written by the Chef/Owner, Ruth Wakefield. The noodle ring requires a ring pan; I use a 10-inch diameter pyrex ring pan. This recipe is for the noodle ring only, the center can be filled with your choice of a wide variety of options, such as creamed mushrooms, or any vegetable for the vegetarian version. The restaurant used creamed lobster, or creamed chicken as well as creamed veggie versions. The filled ring makes a great centerpiece for a vegetarian Thanksgiving dinner; or a centerpiece dish for a holiday buffet table.

Recipe #339279

The is a copy cat recipe of the Red Lobster White Cheddar Mashed Potatoes. I love them but Red Lobster doesn't carry them any more. they are quite easy to make.

Recipe #339209

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