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"[Wilbur's] problem isn't that the recipes he's devised aren't good enough, it's that they're too good." -- Entertainment Weekly
"The recipes are easy to follow and...by preparing your own versions of restaurant meals you will almost always save money." -- Arizona Daily Star
"This is the cookbook to satisfy all your cravings."
-- Juli Huss, author of The Faux Gourmet
"There is something magically compelling about the idea of making such foods at home...The allure is undeniable, and [the books are] stuffed with tidbits and lore you're unlikely to find anywhere else. These probably come as close as you can get to the original recipes. -- Boston Herald
"[Wilbur's] recipes use everyday supermarket ingredients to bring brand-name foods to the home kitchen. Perhaps not surprisingly, his recipes are not complex. If anything, they reflect how easy home cooking can be." -- Star Tribune (Minneapolis--St. Paul)
"The assignment: Find out how to make the tasty Jack Daniels Grill Sauce used by T.G.I. Friday's restaurants. The client: Oprah Winfrey. The gumshoe: Todd Wilbur. Mission Impossible for even the most savvy food expert. But not so for Todd Wilbur, a crackerjack culinary sleuth." -- Pocono Record
"Many of [Wilbur's] dishy imitations come, like a box of Cracker Jacks, with a surprise inside." -- Mademoiselle