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14 Restaurant-Style Country Recipes Free eCookbook

Enjoy Delicious Country-Style Recipes in the Comfort of Your Own Home!

By: Jamie Garcia, Editor,
Updated August 10, 2017
14 Restaurant-Style Country Recipes eCookbook
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Making copycat recipes from your favorite restaurants is a great way to save money and enjoy all the novelty at home. We especially love country-inspired restaurant copycat recipes because they're the most comforting and delicious around. With this in mind, we’ve gathered 14 of these amazing country-style restaurant recipes to bring a little Southern flavor to your dinner table.

Many of our favorite country classic recipes hail from the South. In this 30-page collection, we hope you’ll rediscover what you love most about country-style cooking. With 14 different recipes for appetizers, side, main dishes and dessert, you’re sure to find more than a couple recipes to complete your meal.

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Thank you SO MUCH for this awesome free ebook! Such a wonderful range of dishes and, having read through the recipes, they look absolutely delicious. Tonight we had the Slow Cooked Carolina Beef Brisket as well as the Cracker Barrel Cherry Cobbler. The brisket was succulent and tasty and dessert was heavenly, to quote our 6yr old daughter. Now I am looking forward to trying out some of the other dishes!

What a great cookbook. I'm definitely starting off with Paula-Deen Inspired Corn Casserole. The Drunken One-Pot Port Chops looks really delicious too. I love a mushroom sauce but with brandy it must taste so much better! To finish off the Chocolate Cherry Cobbler. These are all dishes I have never seen before. I can't wait to try them.

would love a recipe for bob evens wildfire salad dressing !!!

They all sound so good. Can.t wait to start making some of them. I think meatloaf (Cracker barrel style) will be the first as meatloaf is one of my favorite foods and great for leftovers (sandwiches or just heated up). I also freeze some of the uncooked mixture. And fry some occasionally as burgers.

Meatloaf has gotten a bad rap, but this recipe was so good that my son-in-law ate the leftovers cold on bread with mayo and dill chips as a sandwich. I'm thinking I could use the same recipe and make jumbo meatballs for spaghetti and meatballs or with a cheesy sauce and noodles.

i'm loving it

Love it.

great book surprised to find some of my grandmas receipts...

Looks fattening to me

well you know what you can do...simply NOT LOOK! But you don't need to post negative comments.

this just seems to be a lot of copycat recipes of cracker barrel and bob evans

Good recipes, however there are no sugar free and gluten recipes.

Then make your own substitutions, as the "copy cat recipe" is a copy cat of the restaurant's "original recipe". You can substitute any ingredient for health reasons &/or personal preferrence/taste. Gee wiz...

Looks good!

Chef and vkcarol, you got what you paid for.

Why are there so many e-books all the same?

Why only 14 pages? Bob Evans Menu is bigger!


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