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America's Most Wanted Recipes: Delicious Recipes from Your Family's Favorite Restaurants (Paperback)

Product Description
Discover the recipes from America's most popular family restaurants and cook them at home for a fraction of the price!
Wouldn't it be nice if you could treat yourself to dishes from your favorite restaurants anytime? Now you can -- at home! In America's Most Wanted Recipes, Ron Douglas reveals copycat versions of carefully guarded secret restaurant recipes and shows family chefs how to prepare them at home, saving time and money. With these easy and mouth-watering recipes, families can enjoy a night out in their very own kitchens.

- Great selection: With more than 200 recipes from 57 of America's most popular restaurants -- including The Cheesecake Factory, KFC, Olive Garden, P.F. Chang's, Red Lobster, Outback Steakhouse, and many more -- no taste or craving will be left unsatisfied.
- Cut the cost: Watch your wallet without giving up restaurantquality food! You can save your family thousands of dollars each year by preparing these recipes just once a week.
- Skip the lines: Forget about waiting to be seated. You can have your favorite meals "on demand" from the comfort of your own kitchen. Time-saving tips and shortcuts will have dinner on the table in no time.
- Eat healthy: Low-fat alternatives and waist-slimming suggestions make these dishes delicious -- and nutritious.
- Impress your family and friends: These recipes are all fast, simple, and virtually indistinguishable from the originals. We bet your family and friends won't be able to tell the difference!

About the Author
Ron Douglas is a former finance director at JP Morgan and founder of the #1 copycat recipe website, He lives in New York with his wife and two children.

Liked his first books better., July 22, 2009
By Denise "Niecy" (New York, NY)

I purchased this book and tried a few of the recipes. The tijuana philly steak sandwich from Applebee's was okay, so was the Olive Garden chicken scampi. The book is okay, I guess why I didn't like this book was because, when I purchased his first two books, almost every recipe I tried came out so good and almost exactly like the original. I even went as far as to say that I like his books better than Todd Wilburs "Top secret recipe" books. His recipe's just had a little something different to make it so much better. I think with this one I didn't find alot of recipes that I was willing to try. My advice to someone looking to purchase a copycat book is to get your hands on a copy and look to see if those recipes are the one's you want to try. I think my problem is I didn't like alot of the recipes in this book.

Restaurant tastes at home!, July 23, 2009
By H. Nakaguchi ""Wannabe Chef at home"" (Queens, NY United States)

I have heard a huge buzz in media recently about Ron Douglas's book. I went out and bought a copy and my family loves when I use the recipes in the book. I have always wondered if I can make many of the dishes when I eat out and now I can. Great book with great results!