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Secret Restaurant Recipes

Secret Restaurant Recipes

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This is the best source to browse your favorite recipes from your favorite restaurants and learn the secret restaurant recipes that are closely guarded by the chefs. Feel free to share your own homemade favorite recipes.
This is the best source to browse your favorite recipes from your favorite restaurants and learn the secret restaurant recipes that are closely guarded by the chefs. Feel free to share your own homemade favorite recipes.

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Published by: restaurantrecipesecretsite on Oct 28, 2009
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October 20, 2009After raising seven kids, my wife and I found a new love for restaurants. When thekids were at home, eating out was a luxury and was a not-so-common occurrence.Our date nights were not much more than a brief escape with little planning for afine dining experience. Panda Express and Cold-Stone Creamery topped our list of favorites.It took some practice to fully appreciate the more sophisticated culinary fares, suchas is offered at the Black Angus Steakhouse or Garcia’s Mexican Restaurant. Ournew-found love of food inspired more daring ventures into authentic cuisines likeHong Kong Mongolian Grill.Before we knew it, we were regularly enjoying the finest of dining as we discoveredthe likes of Red Lobster, P.F. Changs and Carraba’s Italian restaurants.Eating of the finest our modest community offered did not spoil our pallets for themore simple of tastes. Indeed, eating out is not a social affair. It is seriousbusiness. We are not snobby. We are foodies. It became our quest to learn thesecret
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of our
.We are highly trained to seek out the best food, where ‘er it may be. We have, withthe greatest of appetites, found the finest dishes in all of food-dom. One might notbe surprised where our taste buds have roamed. Rather, the drama is that you willfind among our favorite of dishes to be to be the same as yours.Dining with my wife (my favorite fellow foodie) is one of my favorite things to do.Our love for food has evolved to a level of sophistication much like many millions of Americans who are transcending their love for fine dining-out experiences to finedining-in experiences.Se habla “Food Network”. Who would have thought ten years ago that somedaymillions of Americans would be glued to their TV sets to see who will be the nextFood Network star, or who is going to run one of Chef Gordon Ramsey’s newrestaurants around the world? Who wants to watch a spikey-headed, tattooed guy,whose real name is “Guy”, drive around the country looking for his favorite ”drive-ins, diners and dives”?I do, I do! In fact, it’s much more than just killing time in front of the “toob”. Mywife has rediscovered her own flare for cooking and I (of course) have neverforgotten and, together, we now enjoy our home dining experiences as much (ormore) than we ever did dining out.Among my very favorite is a recipe my wife created that made Marie Callender’sChicken Florentine taste like a Stauffers’ frozen dinner. Our restaurant experienceshave truly inspired some wonderful dishes at the hands of our very own “Barefoot

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