POLL: How Do You Chill Out?

With so many opinions about exactly how to use ice in beverages, Food Network Magazine editors want your thoughts.
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Food stylist: Brett Kurzweil

Photo by: Levi Brown

Levi Brown

With the first day of spring only a few weeks away, Food Network Magazine editors have their taste buds focused on drinks piled high with cold ice cubes. And with so many opinions about exactly how to use ice in beverages, the editors want your thoughts. Do you dare put ice in a glass of red wine? How many cubes go into your morning iced coffee? You'll find these questions and more in the poll, below. When you're done, be sure to pick up a summer issue to see how your answers stack up against the rest of America.

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