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Celebrity Chefs Use Twitter as Star-Studded Turkey Help Hotline

The Twitter Food Council is starting a Turkey Hotline to solve all of your Thanksgiving cooking emergencies

Do you panic at the thought of yet another dry turkey, or can’t choose between brining and basting?  Instead of calling mom or doing frantic Google searches, Twitter is here to be your digital guide. The Twitter Food Council, led by Chopped judge and New York chef Alex Guarnaschelli, will be answering your Thanksgiving Day emergencies in the form of the Turkey Hotline. Giada De Laurentiis, Graham Elliot, Carla Hall, Michael Symon, Anne Burrell, and more will be answering questions tweeted at them on Thanksgiving.

They’ve already been sharing tips this week for hosts and hostesses who need a little extra boost in the kitchen:

Alex Guarnaschelli on a hack for creamy mashed potatoes:

Giada De Laurentiis on preparing stuffing the night before without letting it get too dry:

Ayesha Curry on going the unorthodox route this year:

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And Michael Symon has very strong opinions on letting your turkey cook overnight (spoiler alert: it’s a bad idea):