Save Money With Copycat Recipes

Everyone loves to eat out. No grocery shopping, no meal to prepare, no dishes to clean up! You just slide in to a booth at your favorite restaurant, order up and enjoy. The only problem is that it can be expensive. In fact a meal for a family of four can easily run you over one hundred dollars depending on where and what you like to eat. This is fine once and a while but why not cook up your favorite restaurant dishes at home using copycat recipes?

Copy cat recipes are essentially what their name suggests. They are reverse engineered clones of recipes from various restaurants. You'd be surprised what you can cook at home. Cooking close-to-identical food like that found in Applebee's, Outback Steakhouse, The Cheesecake Factory, KFC, and even McDonalds is very possible, you just need the right ingredients and equipment and you're ready to give it a try.

As a personal note, I really enjoy cooking Copycat recipes. I am a cooking enthusiast, own and operate a cooking website and have published countless articles on the subject of cooking. I find cooking copycat recipes to be a real art form. It's one thing to throw some ingredients together to make something that taste's good, it's another to have a specific expectation that you need to meet.

When my family starts moaning about wanting to go out to eat, I just ask them where they want to go. Then I throw on the old apron and make it myself. It's a real joy to see everyone so impressed with a home cooked version of their favorite restaurant dish. But most rewarding of all is how much money I save cooking copycat recipes.

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About The Author, Paul S. Hudson
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