A Chili Dog Copycat from Food.com: I haven't had an A chili dog for years, but from what I can remember, this tastes just like it. This is listed as one serving, but the sauce makes enough for about 10 servings unless you use more on your dog like I do. The sauce can be frozen for future use.
Manwich (Copycat) from Food.com: I really dig Manwich, but the canned stuff gives me the tummy ache sometimes. When I found this clone recipe, I decided to try it to see if it gave me the tummy ache too. NOPE!! I was pleased! It may take a little more effort than opening a can, but for me, it's worth it. Also, you know this stuff is fresh and you never know how long that other stuff has been in a can.
Heinz Original Chili Sauce (Copycat) - with spices and not just onion and garlic: used honey instead of corn syrup and 1 qt home canned tomato puree and cooked that down. Didn't have chili powder, but it was delicious anyway. Used in Southern Meatballs with grape jelly.
My recipe for retro McDonalds french fries is timely and tedious, so if you can tough it, carry on! This is authentic to the original beef tallow fried potatoes until when tallow was switched out for shortening. Today, a shortening& oil blend is used.