Top Secret Recipes: Creating Kitchen Clones of America's Favorite Brand-Name Foods

Top Secret Recipes: Creating Kitchen Clones of America's Favorite Brand-Name Foods

by Todd Wilbur

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Overview

#1 bestselling Top Secret Recipes series with more than 4 million books sold! 

Have you ever wanted to make a McDonald’s® Big Mac®? What about a Hostess® Twinkie®? This irresistible collection of cloned recipes is the product of years of obsessive research by self-confessed junk-food addict Todd Wilbur—and now you can make them, too!

Big food manufacturers guard their recipes like the gold in Fort Knox, but Wilbur’s dogged pursuit of taste-alike versions of his—and our—all-time favorites has paid off in this unique cookbook of 50 scrumptious treats. 

Whether you’re a kid or just a kid at heart, you’ll have a great time using these step-by-step recipes to make the incredible clones of a Burger King® Whopper®, KFC® Original Recipe® Fried Chicken, a Yoo Hoo® Chocolate Drink, and so many other famous guilty pleasure foods.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780452269958
Publisher: Penguin Publishing Group
Publication date: 06/28/1993
Pages: 144
Sales rank: 634,283
Product dimensions: 5.00(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.40(d)
Age Range: 18 Years

About the Author

For more than 25 years, Todd Wilbur has been reverse-engineering America's most iconic foods for his series of 11 Top Secret Recipes cookbooks. With over 5 million books in print, the self-proclaimed "food hacker" has appeared in over 100 media outlets including The New York TimesPeople MagazineNewsweekThe Daily NewsEntertainment WeeklyThe Oprah Winfrey ShowThe Today ShowGood Morning AmericaFox & FriendsThe Dr. Oz Show, and The Food Network.  His website www.TopSecretRecipes.com is the #1 copycat recipes website with 1 million visitors every month. He lives with his family in Las Vegas, NV.

Table of Contents

Top Secret RecipesA Little Foreword

Introduction

Convenience Food: An American Love Affair

Aunt Jemima's® Maple Syrup
Ben and Jerry's® Heath® Bar Ice Cream
Borden® Cracker Jack®
Brown & Haley® Almond Roca¨
Burger King® Whopper®
Carl's Jr.® Famous Star®
Chick-Fil-A® Chicken Sandwich
Hardee's® French Fries
Hardee's® 1/4 Pound Hamburger
Hostess® Twinkie®
In-N-Out® Double-Double®
Jack-In-The-Box® Jumbo Jack®
Jack-In-The-Box® Taco
Kahlua® Coffee Liquer
Keeber® Soft Batch® Chocolate Chip Cookies
KFC® Buttermilk Biscuits
KFC® Cole Slaw
KFC® Original Recipe® Fried Chicken
Long John Silver's® Batter-Dipped Fish
M&M/Mars® Caramel Twix® Bars
M&M/Mars® Snickers® Bars
McDonalds® Big Mac®
McDonalds® Egg McMuffin®
McDonalds® McD.L.T®
Mrs. Fields® Chocolate Chip Cookies
Mrs. Fields® Peanut Butter Dream Bars
Orange Julius®
Pancakes from International House of Pancakes®
Peter Paul® Mounds® and Almond Joy®
Pogen's® Gingersnaps
Reese's Peanut Butter Cups®
Sara Lee® Original Cream Cheesecake
See's® Butterscotch Lollipop
Taco Bell® Enchirito
Tastykake® Butterscotch Krimpets®
Tastykake® Peanut Butter Kandy Kakes®
Twin Dragon® Almond Cookies
Wendy's® Chili
Wendy's® Frosty®

Trademarks

Bibliiography

Index

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Top Secret Recipes: Creating Kitchen Clones of America's Favorite Brand-Name Foods 4.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I saw a video online, "How to clone a twinkie" and I thought it was not only informative, but very funny. I went to his website, www.topsecretrecipes.com and found out that he had cookbooks. It has AMAZING recipes and high quality results.
mandolin on LibraryThing More than 1 year ago
This is an interesting book filled with popular fast food recipes, such as KFC chicken and cole slaw, Twinkies, Dairy Queen's Blizzard, the Big Mac, Mounds & Almond Joy, Snickers, & Long John Silver's batter-dipped fish. I found it eye-opening to see what was in some of my favorite take out foods, but I don't feel the need to make any of them myself. After all, if I want a Snickers, it's a lot easier to buy one for .60 than to make one. Still, if you're wondering "how do they make that", the diagrams and recipes are worth a read. Don't be surprised though if you find yourself not wanting to eat as much of some of these take-out favorites after you see how bad they are for you.
AnnM917 on LibraryThing More than 1 year ago
1st top secret recipe book i got and i love! ive made several recipes in here & they do taste like the real thing! kfc biscuits & yoo hoo drink are my favorites!! top secret recipe books are a MUST HAVE!!