Restaurant Copycat Recipes: 130+ EASY AND DELICIOUS DISHES TO PREPARE AT HOME FROM YOUR FAVORITE RESTAURANT. INCLUDING, LOW-CARB DISHES AND TRADITIONAL CUISINE by Aaron Ripert
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Overview: Are you frustrated with the high cost of restaurant food that tastes awful? Do you want to leave the restaurants and begin cooking for yourself following recipes that can be prepared inexpensively in your own kitchen? If yes, then keep reading!
Some people like to say that imitation is the sincerest form of flattery. That may be true, but some copycat recipes take it a bit too far. There is nothing worse than going to a restaurant or ordering a recipe from a cookbook and then having someone else’s food come out as a lesser version of the original. That is why it’s essential for cooks to have a solid understanding of what is and what is not considered a copycat recipe, as well as how to avoid being accused of being a copycat.
A lot of the time, imitation dishes are just that. They imitate the style or flavors of another recipe but are not actually an exact copy. The problem with these dishes is that they take away from the reputation and profits of the original dish.
Genre: Non-Fiction > Food & Drink