I love Chick-Fil-A!!! I found this recipe clone online after many hours of searching countless boards and forums... I think this recipe is pretty close in taste to their famous salad... I have made some modifications to fit our tastes... hope you will enjoy this as much as we do. This really helps my craving because it is so easy to prepare and much cheaper!!! It is also very tasty and pretty served in a lettuce cup with some crackers.
Driving through Louisiana in 1953, Troy Smith happened upon a cozy hamburger stand that had installed an intercom system to speed up ordering. Troy adapted the idea for his small chain of burger joints and hired nimble servers to quickly bring food out to customers. The concept was a smash, with revenues for the chain doubling during the first week. Sonic was cashing in on the growing popularity of the automobile. Hungry patrons parked their cars in a stall, rolled down the window, and ordered from a two-way speaker box. The food was quickly brought out to the car on a tray by a roller-skating carhop with excellent balance.
Got this one from top secret recipes. These are always in our cookie jar. It is tempting to keep cooking these cookies because they don't seem done, but DON'T. They will continue to cook for a little while after you take them out of the oven. Crispy around the edges and soft/chewy in the center. Got milk?
This is a variation ON SABRETT HOT DOGS that are enjoyed by thousands of New yorkers every day on almost every street corner, and by the tv character Ben Matlock. If you have ever seen the show, you'll know how delightful these doggies can be.
Now that I have my own espresso machine/milk steamer I can make those $4 drinks at home!!! This is one of mt favorites! Note: the white chocolate syrup in this recipe is the kind of syrup used to flavor coffee, while the regular chocolate is the same thing one would use for topping ice cream.
If made according to directions below you will get 36 cupcakes, if desired you can fill with muffin tins half way (instead of 3/4 full) with the cake batter and use a larger dollup of the cream cheese mixture to make 18 cupcakes instead of 36.