Chef Knock-off: Todd Wilbur is a hit at recreating recipes

There are 20 comments on the Mar 12, 2007, Hotel-online.com story titled Chef Knock-off: Todd Wilbur is a hit at recreating recipes. In it, Hotel-online.com reports that:

“Can you give me extra sauce on the side?”

FOR 10 YEARS, he's been holed up in his kitchen like a mad culinary scientist, making thousands of breakfasts, lunches, dinners and desserts. via Hotel-online.com

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Ruthie

Butler, PA

#1 Jul 13, 2007
I would love to see if you can whip up those yummy cookies from Subway, especially the peanut butter cookies. They're so good!
Linda

Houston, TX

#2 Jul 13, 2007
I'd like recipe for the Rafaelo sauce at Carabba's
Rita

AOL

#3 Jul 15, 2007
I would like a recipe for an apple pie with a topping of caramels and pecans that was made at Morrell's restaurant in Southfield, Mi. The restaurant is now closed but it was owned by Matt Prentice and the Unique Corporation that owns other restaurants in the area. I have tried other recipes for this but they have not been as good as this one. Hopefully you will be able to get me an answer.
Bonnie murrieta ca

AOL

#4 Jul 16, 2007
I'd like the recipe for the chicken tortilla soup from claim jumper and the shanghi chicken wings from chili's for my daughter
kerry

Mesa, AZ

#5 Jul 26, 2007
yes those peanut butter cookies from subway. I would love to make them.
Chazzee

Kihei, HI

#6 Jul 27, 2007
Outback Steakhouse in Maui makes a cabernet sauce with their rack of lamb. Can you copy that? It's absolutely delicious!!!
Chazzee

Kihei, HI

#7 Jul 27, 2007
Outback Steakhouse in Maui makes an absolute delicious cabernet sauce with their rack of lamb. Can you copy that?
lieberosebud

AOL

#8 Aug 1, 2007
I have been trying to create Lupos Spiede Marinade,I have come up with some wonderful marinades but it just isn't Spiede. Can you do it?
abcgtz

South Jordan, UT

#9 Sep 28, 2007
i would love the recipe for Zupas tomato basil soup it is my kids favorite!
labgal

Columbia, MO

#10 Jan 27, 2008
I would love the recipe for chile verde from la Frontera in SLC Utah! I live in another state now and can't find anything like it. It is amazing! PLEASE!
Wendy

Utica, NY

#11 Jan 30, 2008
I would love the "Panera Bread Broccoli and Cheddar Soup" recipe. I found a copy cat one on a website, but it didn't really taste the same. I'm not sure what it's lacking.
Al W

East Peoria, IL

#12 Mar 15, 2008
labgal wrote:
I would love the recipe for chile verde from la Frontera in SLC Utah! I live in another state now and can't find anything like it. It is amazing! PLEASE!
Hi labgal,
I have been experimenting and trying to figure out the frontera's chile verde recipe for years. We lived in SLC in the 80's and now live in Il. My son is still there and brings chile verde whenever he visits.
If you have the recipe and could email it to me at dabears58@hotmail.com I would appreciate it soooooooooooo much!!!! Thank you
Roberta

Stigler, OK

#13 May 22, 2008
I miss that chili soooo bad. If anyone comes up with the recipe please let me know at messiah@intellex.com .. I moved to Oklahoma 2 years ago and no one here does smothered burrittos.
DANA

Orem, UT

#14 Sep 29, 2008
Wendy wrote:
I would love the "Panera Bread Broccoli and Cheddar Soup" recipe. I found a copy cat one on a website, but it didn't really taste the same. I'm not sure what it's lacking.
YOU CAN FIND THIS RECIPIE, AND OTHERS, BY GOING TO LOSAMIGOSRECIPIES.COM . LOS AMIGOS IS THE SAME AS LA PUENTE AND LA FRONTERA IN SLC. THE COST IS $7.95 FOR THE RECIPIE BOOK. AND I AGREE, THIS IS THE BEST SAUCE ON THE PLANET!
DANA

Orem, UT

#15 Sep 29, 2008
labgal wrote:
I would love the recipe for chile verde from la Frontera in SLC Utah! I live in another state now and can't find anything like it. It is amazing! PLEASE!
I have the recipie, if you would like it, please email a request to mylastwrites@hotmail.com
Jane

Ogden, UT

#16 Oct 16, 2008
I would also like to know how La Frontera in SLC makes their french fries! They are the best! They are soft and have a little spice on them. I would like to know how they make them so soft (not crunchy) Help!
Jaime

Salt Lake City, UT

#17 Dec 16, 2008
I am not sure if someone already asked, but I would die to know how to make the chow mein from panda express.... Pretty please w/ suger on top :)
LKW

Salt Lake City, UT

#18 Dec 19, 2008
I love this soup too!! I need the recipe!!
Joe

United States

#19 Jan 10, 2009
labgal wrote:
I would love the recipe for chile verde from la Frontera in SLC Utah! I live in another state now and can't find anything like it. It is amazing! PLEASE!
I second that, I live near La Puente and can't get enough.
TJL

United States

#20 Jan 22, 2009
I second that, I live near La Puente and can't get enough.
Does anyone know the receipe for La puente chile verde sauce I go about three times a week and it is breaking the bank so I would love to know it!!! Thanks email me at jensentrisha@hotmail.com

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