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The third restaurant recipe treasury from the wizard of culinary carbon copies. Top Secret Restaurant Recipes 3 by Todd Wilbur. download. download download the Ebook. Read "Top Secret Restaurant Recipes 3 The Secret Formulas for Duplicating Your Favorite Restaurant Dishes at Home" by Todd Wilbur available from Rakuten. Book 2 of 3 in Top Secret Recipes (3 Book Series) The kitchen clone recipe king is back with a new Top Secret Restaurant Recipes collection—the first since .
.Recipes veer wildly in quality in terms of the process used to make them , with some recipes being laughably simple to needlessly complex. It starts out with a primer on restaurant culture throughout history, which could have been summarized in half the pages.
You can tell that Wilbur was struggling with information to fill the pages with, so he filled entries with useless trivia that isn't all that interesting or relevant to the dishes in question. The book is okay, if very long-winded and prone to needless explanations Decent, if dated, cookbook that shows you how to "clone" popular items from chain restaurants and diners in the U.
Shelves: given-away Decent, if dated, cookbook that shows you how to "clone" popular items from chain restaurants and diners in the U.
The recipes for Tony Roma's Ribs are essentially the regular, average process for cooking ribs in a smoker with no special preparations, while some of the salad recipes run up to pages. The dated nature of the book really brings it down. I think the biggest hurdle for anyone making these is that they tend to call for specific ingredients you may not always have, though Wilbur at least recognizes this and offers suggestions for substitutes whenever possible.
In the end, Top Secret Recipes is a decent primer for the world of fast food clones, but I have no doubt that there are better cookbooks that accomplish the same thing in a more interesting way.