POLL: Food Network Magazine Wants to Know How You Eat Thanksgiving Leftovers

Food Network Magazine want to know what you eat after Thanksgiving dinner.

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For many Americans, the best part of Thanksgiving dinner is the leftovers. And even though t urkey d ay is still five months away, the editors at Food Network Magazine want to know what you eat after the big feast. Share your opinions below , and then compare your answers with the results in an upcoming issue!  

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