Have a Question About Making Thanksgiving Dinner? Ask Us

FoodNetwork.com will answer all of your Thanksgiving questions on Saturday, Nov. 22 beginning at noon EST. Find out how to submit a question.
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No matter if this Thanksgiving will be your first time preparing the feast or if you're a veteran host, chances are that with just days left until the holiday, you have a few questions about the meal on your mind. FoodNetwork.com is here to help.

This Saturday, Nov. 22, beginning at noon EST, our editors will be on hand during the premiere of Thanksgiving at Bobby's to tackle your turkey day conundrums. From how to find the best brine for the bird to how to mix up fluffy mashed potatoes and bake the flakiest pie crust, tweet your question to @FoodNetwork using #ThanksgivingFeast or post it to Food Network's Facebook page, and it may get answered.

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