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Are You In A Foodpickle This Thanksgiving? Get Your Cooking Qs Answered In Realtime.

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As everyone is getting their turkeys into the oven and putting the finishing touches on Thanksgiving Day meals, a lot of questions come up. What should the internal temperature of a turkey be to know it is done? How many mashed sweet potatoes would make 3 cups? How do I soften hardened brown sugar? The answers (165 degrees, 3, and microwave it) can be found on Foodpickle, a crowdsourced Q&A section of the foodie site Food52.

You can ask a question on Foodpickle itself, or tweet it to @foodpickle. Answers are tweeted back at you. Foodpickle also accepts text messages to 803-380-FOOD (3663).

And if you are lucky, your question might even be answered by food writer Amanda Hesser. Food52 is her site which she is using to crowdsource her next cookbook with Merrill Stubbs. It attracts a very active community of cooks. Anyone can answer a question on Foodpickle, and the best answers are voted up. If you stil have any last-minute cooking questions this Thanksgiving, give it a try.

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