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    Score: 5.00. Votes: 2

    I found this Applebee's concoction to be an accommodating TV viewing companion. The combination of tequilas, juices and syrups serve in a chilled martini glass is a refreshing recreation of the classic tequila sunrise, and it never wants to change the channel.

    Source: Top Secret Restaurant Recipes 2 by Todd Wilbur.

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    Bring the islands to you with clones of two trademarked cocktails from Jimmy Buffett's successful theme chain. Incommunicado, which is a tasty variation on a Long Island iced tea, includes five types of liquor plus a few fruit juices. Havanas and Bananas is a blended drink similar to a pina colada, but with the addition of Bailey's Irish Cream and creme de banana. I've listed the brand names for the alcohols as specified on the restaurant menu, but the recipe works just as well with any brands you prefer.

    Source: Top Secret Restaurant Recipes 3 by Todd Wilbur.

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    It’s Dairy Queen’s most successful product ever. Over 175 million Blizzards were sold in the year following the product’s debut in 1985. The new creation was such a sales phenomenon that other fast food chains created their own soft-serve ice cream treats with mixed in chunks of cookies and candies and fruit. McDonald’s McFlurry is one popular example. Today there are over a dozen varieties of Blizzards to choose from at Dairy Queen. 

    The biggest challenge when making Blizzard replicas at home is keeping the ice cream from getting soft when the other ingredients are stirred in. To solve that problem, we’ll use a special technique inspired by marble slab ice cream stores. Servers there mix your choice of chunky ingredients with your choice of ice cream on a slab of frozen stone. This method keeps the ice cream cold and firm while mixing, until it’s served to a drooling you.

    To incorporate this technique at home you need to put a glass or ceramic bowl in the freezer for at least 30 minutes (while you’re at it you may also want to freeze the glass you’re going to serve the thing in). An hour or more is even better. We mix our ingredients in the icy bowl, while the ice cream stays frosty cold. Just be sure to use plain vanilla ice cream (not French vanilla), if you have a choice.

    The dough for this recipe comes from a tube of Pillsbury cookie dough. It's simple and really good.

    Source: Top Secret Recipes: Sodas, Smoothies, Spirits & Shakes by Todd Wilbur.

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    McDonald's refreshing smoothie is easy to knock off at home in a blender with fresh bananas and boxed frozen strawberries that come in syrup. Thaw out those strawberries before adding them and include some of the syrup when measuring. This McDonald's strawberry banana smoothie recipe makes 2 medium drinks so you can share, or one really big drink for a very hot and thirsty you.

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    Real Hawaiian Punch contains only 5 percent fruit juice. Even though some of the ingredients in our clone are not pure fruit juice, and we're adding additional water and sugar, this Top Secret Recipes version still contains a lot more tasty real fruit juice than the real thing. 

    Source: Top Secret Recipes: Sodas, Smoothies, Spirits & Shakes by Todd Wilbur.

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    Menu Description: "Our version of the 150-year-old classic with Pisco and pineapple juice. Served on the rocks."

    Pisco is a South American grape brandy produced in Peru and Chile, and both countries claim to have invented the original version of this cocktail which is made with pisco, simple syrup, lime juice, egg white and bitters. You could say it's South America's margarita. Cheesecake Factory, however, has added other juices, plus sweet-and-sour to the mix, and swapped out the egg white for Frothee (look for this drink-foaming ingredient at liquor stores and bar supply outlets). Shake up all the ingredients with flair until foamy and pour the drink into a wine glass or martini glass to serve.

    Source: Top Secret Restaurant Recipes 3 by Todd Wilbur.

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    Malibu's great mango-flavored rum is the star in the Mango Martini, along with a little < Kern's mango nectar. It goes down fast. Then there's the stronger Pomegranate Margarita Martini. If you like tequila, this is your drink. It's mixed with Patron Silver tequila and Patron's 80-proof Citronge orange liqueur. You'll also need some real grenadine syrup, the kind made with real pomegranate juice. Stirrings makes a good one. You can also used pure pomegranate juice—like Pom Wonderful—but you'll also have to add some simple syrup since pomegranate juice is tart. Each of these drinks is served straight up in a large martini glass, but you can also add ice to the drinks. And a bendy straw.

    Source: Top Secret Restaurant Recipes 3 by Todd Wilbur.

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    This flavor variation from the Orange Julius company may be called Banana Julius, but they also add a little orange juice to the mix. Make sure your bananas are ripe for this clone, so you get a nice sweet drink with the perfect thickness.

    Source: Top Secret Recipes Unlocked by Todd Wilbur.

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    Entrepreneur Dave Barham opened the first Hot Dog on a Stick location in Venice, California near famed Muscle Beach. That was in 1946, and today the chain has blossomed into a total of more than 100 outlets in shopping malls across America. You've probably seen the bright red, white, blue and yellow go-go outfits and those crazy fez-style bucket hats on the girls behind the counter.

    In giant clear plastic vats at the front of each store floats ice, fresh lemon rinds and what is probably the world's most thirst-quenching substance: Muscle Beach Lemonade. It's a simple concoction really. And with this TSR formula, you'll have your own version of the lemonade in the comfort of your own home at a fraction of the price.

    Source: Top Secret Recipes: Sodas, Smoothies, Spirits & Shakes by Todd Wilbur.

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    If you live in one of the 15 or so Western states served by Jack in the Box, you have no doubt cracked a gut from the hilarious TV ads produced by this popular hamburger chain. In the spots a suit-wearing Jack runs the company, even though he's got a giant bulbous antenna ball for a head with a smiley-face painted on it. He has a private jet, plays golf, even has kids with mini antenna-ball heads. 

    Jack also has a featured shake flavor that, it turns out, is very easy to make at home with a blender, ice cream, milk, and a handful of Oreo cookies. Sure the drive-thru is convenient and easy. But if you don't feel like going out, now you can enjoy this clone at home from the first fast food chain in the country to use a drive-thru window way back when.

    Source: Top Secret Recipes: Sodas, Smoothies, Spirits & Shakes by Todd Wilbur.

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