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Somewhere between week one and week 392 of life amid the coronavirus pandemic, we realized cooking up the same sad pasta dish, frozen pizzas, and ice cream with a spoon just wasn't going to cut it. Sure, there's culinary inspiration to be found on social media, TV, and cookbooks galore but sometimes we just want to replicate our tried-and-true restaurant favorites.

That's why we were so excited to see from the editors over at that The Cheesecake Factory has been sharing a slew of their incredible recipes for readers to make in their own kitchens. In an update to their article yesterday, writer Kristin Salaky shares, "True to its word, The Cheesecake Factory has continued to add some delicious recipes to its online cookbook. If you haven't looked in a while, you should know there are all sorts of gems to check out, including a recipe for the chain's beloved California Guacamole Salad." She also notes that the company has added some cheesecake-centric recipes to its collection. They call for The Cheesecake Factory cheesecake, but you never need to give us an excuse to add some slices to our next pickup or delivery order. (You can also make this copycat The Cheesecake Factory Original Cheesecake recipe.) OREO Cookie Cheesecake Sandwiches and Cheesecake Lollipops how we long to meet thee.

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You can scope out all of the recipes The Cheesecake Factory has made available on their website here. There should be something for every kind of palate with recipes running the gamut from Cajun Jambalaya Pasta and Korean Fried Cauliflower to Pineapple Cheesecake Popsicles and Warm Crab and Artichoke Dip.

Artichoke dip and a spoon, we'll see you at a coffee table near us real, real soon. Which recipe from The Cheesecake Factory are you most interested in whipping up first?