Americas Secret Recipes

Americas Secret Recipes


Paul R. Boyer

Maybe it’s because I’m not much of a cook, but I love eating out compared to cooking my own meals. I spend so much money in restaurants and on fast food, it’s a miracle I ever have any money at all.

The amount of money I spend in a week on fast food and in restaurants could pay for at least a months worth in groceries, probably more.


I don’t know what it is, but to me, a home cooked meal doesn’t even come close to one bought in a restaurant.

The problem though, is that they’re all so expensive. When my paychecks come in, the routine is pretty much I eat good for a week on fast food, run out of money, and then barely get by on a small amount of groceries until my next pay day.

I always plan on getting more groceries than I actually do on pay day, but the temptation of eating out always gets to me before I manage to hit the grocery store, and when I finally do make it to the grocery store, I’m pretty much broke and I can’t afford very much.

I think I may have found a solution to my problem though.

I stumbled on to a website the other day for a cook book called “Americas Secret Recipes” which teaches you how to cook meals from some of the worlds most famous restaurant franchises.

This book is exactly what I’ve been looking for. The reason I don’t cook for myself isn’t because I’m lazy or anything. It’s because I just love restaurant food so much more. For years I’ve wished I could just cook my favorite meals myself, but the big name places have always kept their recipes a secret.

Now, these secret recipes are being made available to the general public, and I couldn’t be happier. The recipes exposed in the book are from pretty much all my favorite restaurants. KFC, McDonalds, Olive Garden, Pizza Hut, Red Lobster, Wendy’s, Taco Bell, A&W, Applebee’s, Chili’s, T.G.I. Fridays, White Castle… and that’s barely scratching the surface.

Avoiding spending my money in these restaurants will be infinitely easier if I can find the same food in a grocery store for a quarter of the price.

It’s a pretty good deal for the package too. For the same price as one of KFCs family deals, you get two volumes of “Americas Secret Recipes”, and six bonus books, “Secret Sauces Exposed!”, “Good Ole Comfort Foods”, The Grill Masters Guide to Grilling”, Special Occasion Cookbook”, “Diabetic Delights”, and “Kid Approved Cookbook”. You also get a lifetime pass to their “Secret Recipe Archive”, which contains over 300 additional secret recipes.

At first I thought this was all too good to be true, but they’ve been featured on,, national television, and more. They also offer a 60 day no questions asked money back guarantee, so that pretty much put to rest any concerns I had about them not being legit.

Here’s the link so you can check it out yourself.

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