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Hot lines help on holidays

The Associated Press
Faced with a holiday cooking conundrum? Thereís undoubtedly an app for that.
But if youíre a little more old school, there still are numerous hot lines you can call when a kitchen crisis hits.
Or do damage control before it reaches that stage. Most companies now offer tons of tips, advice and how-to videos on their websites and via Facebook and Twitter
Crisco Pie Hotline: (877) 367-7438
Butterball Turkey Talk-Line: (800) BUTTERBALL, http://www.butterball.com or via e-mail at talkline(at)butterball.com
Empire Kosher poultry customer hot line: (717) 436-7055 or http://www.empirekosher.com/
Fleischmannís Yeast Bakerís Help Line: (800) 777-4959 or http://www.breadworld.com/default.aspx
Foster Farms Turkey Helpline: (800) 255-7227 or http://www.fosterfarms.com/ cooking/index.asp
King Arthur Flour Co.ís Bakers Hotline: (802) 649-3717 or email questions to bakers@kingarthurflour.com
Nestle Toll House Baking Information: http://www.verybestbaking.com/Resources.aspx
Ocean Spray consumer help line: (800) 662-3263 or http://www.oceanspray. com
Perdue consumer help line: (800) 473-7383 or http://www.perdue.com/tips_from_ the_kitchen/
Reynolds Turkey Tips Hotline: (800) 745-4000 or http://www.turkeysuccess.com/
U.S. Department of Agriculture Meat and Poultry Hotline: (888) 674-6854 or http://www.fsis.usda.gov/Food_Safety_Education/index.asp
Food Network star Rachael Ray also will have a one-day Thanksgiving hot line from noon to 6 p.m. on Tuesday, Nov. 15.: (888) 908-1216

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