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Recreations of popular recipes from famous restaurants at your fingertips ready to make . These recipes are meant to give the home chef an opportunity to make these famous creations at home at a fraction of the cost.
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Browny's Clam Chowder Copy Cat

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This chowder was a specialty of Browny's Seafood Broiler in Richmond Beach, just north of Seattle. The restaurant is no longer in business-but you can still enjoy the soup any time.

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California Pizza Kitchen Southwestern Burrito Pizza (Copy Cat)

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California Pizza Kitchen uses imported Italian wood fired ovens to bake their specialty pizzas. Unfortunately, most of us don't have wood burning pizza ovens in our kitchens, so I have designed th

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Cracker Barrell Carrot Salad with Pecans (Copy Cat)

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Here is my version of the popular Cracker Barrel® favoite. We have all had the delicious carrot and raisin salad before, but adding pecans gives a very nice new take on this classic. For the best

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Brennan's Banana Foster

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The dish was created in 1951 by Paul Blangé at Brennan's Restaurant in New Orleans, Louisiana. It was named for Richard Foster, a friend of Owen Brennan's who was then New Orleans Crime Commissi

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Postcards Chocolate Silk Pie (Copy Cat)

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Postcards is in Hanalei, a gourmet vegetarian restaurant set in a plantation cottage between the taro fields and the mountains. The owner was kind enough to share the restaurant's recipe for its b

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Our favorite restaurant in Tel Aviv was Picasso, where they served this wonderful ...

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Postcards is in Hanalei, a gourmet vegetarian restaurant set in a plantation cotta...

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