Thanksgiving in July: Food Network Magazine’s Shortcuts Survey

From boxed mashed potatoes to canned cranberries, Food Network Magazine wants to know how you cut corners for the big feast.

World's Simplest Thanksgiving Turkey

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It’s only mid-July, but Food Network Magazine editors are already hard at work on the Thanksgiving issue. So while you’re searching for potato salad recipes and ideas for no-bake dessert to bring to the next cookout, their minds are on turkey and pumpkin pie. Help them with their research and vote in the following Thanksgiving shortcuts poll.

From boxed mashed potatoes to canned cranberries, Food Network Magazine wants to know how you cut corners for the big feast. Answer the questions below, then see how your Thanksgiving dinner compares with others in the upcoming November issue.

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