Food Network Magazine's Holiday Cookie Survey

Vote to help provide Food Network Magazine with valuable insight on the sweetest part of December: cookies.
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Andrew Purcell

Christmas is still far away — 108 days away, in fact. But the holiday spirit comes (way) early to the Food Network Magazine office, where the staff is hard at work on the December issue.

Vote in the polls below to help provide valuable insight on the sweetest part of December: cookies. While you may not be ready to think about holiday roasts yet, there’s never a bad time to think about cookies, even if they’re reindeer-shaped and decked out in festive royal icing.

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Photo by: Andrew Purcell

Andrew Purcell

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