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I found this on topsecretrecipes and I am here to say, if you like Wendy's chili, you could put this side by side and not tell the difference! Thank you all for you comments, I am not a premium member yet so I can't email so I just wanted to say thanks!

Recipe #338923

Another recipe I have yet to try but thought I would post just the same. The recipe has the added benefit of providing you with leftover baked potato ready for mashing or to use in another dish.

Recipe #138403

This recipe came in very handy when I realized we had no mustard for our hot dogs and we were 20 miles from the nearest store! This is from 'Even More Top Secret Recipes' by Todd Wilbur.

Recipe #71082

From Make this recipe and you will feel as if you've just dined at the finest steakhouse in town! A copycat recipe from Todd Wilbur's book "Top Secret Restaurant Recipes", it never fails to satisfy that craving for great beef we so often have. The topping is out of this world. Love this one!!!!!

Recipe #100254

1 Reviews |  By Cook4_6

From Full-flavored jalapenos stuffed with cool cream cheese and deep-fried in a cracker-crumb coating. Serve with sweet jalapeno jelly and sour cream. Its important when you make these that you allow time for them to freeze.

Recipe #217666

1 Reviews |  By byZula

I finally made this for thanksgiving this year (2006) and it was amazing! I am so happy to have this since stove top isn't sold here in Scotland. I used as much onion as I did celery, and used chicken broth instead of water. Even better than the original! This recipe clones the common 6-ounce box of Stove Top stuffing mix you find in any grocery store. This secret formula duplicates the chicken variety, the brand's most popular version. You know, it's nice to be able to make as much of this as you want prior to the holiday crunch and just keep it sealed up in the pantry until you're ready to use it. When it's time to cook, it's just a matter of adding some water and margarine, and in 10 easy minutes the stuff is all ready to go up a turkey's backside

Recipe #183313

Oh Yeah! Now I can make my own cake mixes just like the big boys! This would make a nice gift, along with a cake pan, large mixing spoon, some cocoa, maybe a pot holder, etc. Enjoy! Chocolate cake is popular all over the USA! New England, Southern, Mid West, Mid Atlantic, West and Southwest.

Recipe #129855

From TSR e-newsletter.

Recipe #165745

From Use the Joe's Stone Crab Creamed Spinach recipe for this.

Recipe #165749

Don't let the lengthy directions fool you; this salad is not difficult to prepare. Pecan-crusted chicken, served sliced and chilled on salad greens, tossed with Balsamic Vinaigrette dressing, topped with mandarin oranges, sweet-glazed pecans, celery, dried cranberries, and Bleu cheese. Time does not include chill time. I borrowed a friend's cookbook entitled Top Secret Restaurant Recipes 2 and wanted to put this recipe here so that I wouldn't lose it.

Recipe #253976

I went to Longhorn's restaurant recently and had their pork chops sprinkled with prairie dust. It was delicious! After searching, I found this one by Shelby Miller Jones on Taste Book and am putting it here so that I can try it soon. That recipe is from Todd Wilbur's cookbook entitled "Top Secret Restaurant Recipes 3" and posted on website here: htps:// "Recipe created by Todd Wilbur". "Recipe adapted from Todd Wilbur's version of Longhorn Steakhouse Prairie Dust

Recipe #399297

1 Reviews |  By Marie

From Joe's Stone Crab knows how to make mashed potatoes special. Chunks of fontina cheese are mixed into these creamy potatoes, and the dish comes to your table with a golden crust of crispy asiago breadcrumbs. The secret blend of panko breadcrumbs, butter and shredded asiago cheese is patted down onto the potatoes, and then the whole dish is broiled until the top is golden brown.

Recipe #168479

1 Reviews |  By MeliBug

From This recipe is from the Gordon Biersch bar! Yummmmmy!

Recipe #279468

2 Reviews |  By blucoat

From Apparently, the secret to this sweet and light couscous salad is to cook the couscous in orange juice. This copycat recipe is from the new cookbook, "Top Secret Restaurant Recipes 3" by Todd Wilbur. Recipe needs time to chill before serving.

Recipe #442519

From Twisted cavatappi pasta, tossed in a lightly spiced 3 sauce with roasted red peppers and topped with Parmesan parsley breadcrumbs.

Recipe #372058

17 Reviews |  By Shaye

This takes a long time, but it is worth the work. If you decide to use canned broth, cut the salt in the dumplings. (I'm guesstimating on the prep/cook time.)

Recipe #83701

From This is a great copy cat recipe I found in searching the internet (I'm sorry I can't remember the source) for a clone of my husband's favorite ribs. At Tony Roma's they use pork baby back ribs for the Original Ribs and pork spareribs for the Carolina Honeys. I think you could probably use either. Others have made this without grilling and say the ribs still turn out great. Grilling helps to caramelize the sauce. Sauce can of course be made ahead and refrigerated.

Recipe #363295

From Copy Cat Recipe. I received a ton from my mom.. Here's another...I haven't adusted anything :O) On some I had to guess on the time and servings if I haven't tried them.

Recipe #157144

From A very good version of this steak--tastes just like the real deal.

Recipe #253987

From At Tony Roma's Restaurant, this comes served alongside the Carolina Honeys Salmon. But, you could probably fix this and serve it alongside ham, turkey...

Recipe #40133

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