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Enjoy Southern Restaurant-Style Cooking at Home with this new eCookbook

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March 6, 2012 – Northbrook, IL – With a collective tightening of wallets continuing among many consumers, it’s natural that many will choose to eat at home rather than dine out. But that doesn’t lessen the love of everybody’s favorite restaurants; it merely causes copycat restaurant recipes to rise in popularity. Among the most popular of copycat restaurant recipes are those that feature good old-fashioned country cooking, like Cracker Barrel. With this latest eCookbook, 14 Restaurant-Style Country Recipes, you’ll find plenty of southern dining out favorites.

According to a survey conducted on Statista.com, about 22-26% of U.S. consumers plan on dining out less in 2012. With that in mind, it doesn’t mean those consumers have to give up on their favorite restaurant dishes, they just have to be willing to do a little cooking! Thankfully we’ve created 14 Restaurant-Style Country Recipes eCookbook to help get you started with that. With these easy to follow recipes, it’s never been simpler to make restaurant quality dishes at home.

This mouth-watering eCookbook gives you not only great copycat recipes, but amazing southern recipes as well. Included in this collection you’ll find the popular Cracker Barrel Copycat Chicken Casserole (pg. 6), it’s an easy meal great any day of the week. It doesn’t get any better than the KFC-Inspired Fried Chicken (pg. 9); it’s a crunchy classic. Also the Bob Evans-Inspired Dinner Rolls (pg. 18) will always leave your mouth watering. Plus finish off your delicious southern meal with some Authentic Peach Cobbler (pg. 24); it’s just as good as anything from a restaurant.

Download the free 14 Restaurant-Style Country Recipes eCookbook today!

http://www.recipelion.com/Restaurant-Recipes/14-Restaurant-Style-Country-Recipes-eCookbook


For additional information on copycat restaurant recipes or RecipeLion.com's free eCookbook, please contact RecipeLion.com Editor, Sarah Kennedy.

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