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The Everything Restaurant Recipes Cookbook - cover

The Everything Restaurant Recipes Cookbook

Becky Bopp

Publisher: Everything

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Summary

Everyone enjoys eating out at a favorite restaurant. But who likes waiting for a table or paying inflated prices for a meal? With more than 300 fast and easy recipes, now you can re-create your favorite restaurant dishes and "dine out" in the comfort of your own home! This cookbook includes family-sized portions of favorites like:Chili's Grill & Bar Boneless Buffalo WingsApplebee's Bourbon Street SteakOlive Garden's Minestrone SoupLong John Silver's Fish TacosT.G.I. Friday's Dragonfire ChickenCinnabon's Cinnamon RollsWith these tested and verified recipes, The Everything Restaurant Recipes Cookbook will help you make near-identical restaurant meals--and earn rave reviews from family and friends--on a much smaller tab!
Available since: 03/18/2011.
Print length: 304 pages.

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