Top 10 Trade Secrets We Wish We Knew

Lena Blackburne Rubbing Mud: Lena Blackburne's Baseball Rubbing Mud: balm to ball players everywhere.

Mrs. Fields Chocolate Chip Cookies: So many people love gooey, chewy Mrs. Fields Chocolate Chip Cookies, it's only natural they'd want the recipe.

The New York Times's Best-Seller List: It's every writer's dream to get his or her novel on The New York Times Best-Seller list, the most influential such.

Listerine: What's the secret to the secret to fresh breath.

WD-40: About 80 percent of Americans use WD-40 [source: Watson]. The spray, which comes in a familiar blue.

Twinkie Recipe: The Twinkie recipe: even more sought-after as its maker filed for bankruptcy.

Krispy Kreme Doughnut Recipe: This Southern delight's origins reach back to 1933, when a man named Ishmael Armstrong bought the Krispy Kreme.

Big Mac Special Sauce Recipe: Rumors persist it's simply Thousand Island dressing, perhaps with some pickle relish thrown in. Others cry foul.

KFC recipe: One of the most famous trade secrets comes from loveable, white-suited Colonel Harland Sanders, who created.

Coca-Cola Recipe: The Coca-Cola formula has been around even longer than this antique wagon in central Georgia.

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