April 11th, 2011
06:30 PM ET
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Remember waaayyyy back to a few weeks ago when a bunch of Florida parents banded together in an attempt to bar a peanut-allergic first grader from attending school?

Now her father is speaking out about miscommunication and threats from people who've claimed they may try to deliberately trigger her attacks.

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5@5 - Liz Vaccariello
April 11th, 2011
05:00 PM ET
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5@5 is a daily, food-related list from chefs, writers, political pundits, musicians, actors, and all manner of opinionated people from around the globe.

About the same time dandelions and bluebells start to bloom, so do the first cries of "zOMG ramps!" in the culinary world.

Spring has sprung, and for Every Day with Rachael Ray editor-in-chief Liz Vaccariello - whose new issue hits newsstands April 12 - that means in the kitchen too.

Spring Eats Cooks Can’t Wait to Get Their Hands On: Liz Vaccariello
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April 11th, 2011
01:25 PM ET
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A 15-month-old was hospitalized after a behind-the-bar mix-up at a Michigan Applebee's restaurant that left the toddler sipping alcohol instead of apple juice.

Police were called to the Madison Heights restaurant on Friday evening after the parents of Dominic Wilson Jr. noticed their son acting strange during a family dinner.

"He was saying 'hi' and 'bye' to the walls," said Wilson's mother, Taylor Dill-Reese, 18. "He laid his head down like he was sleepy then woke up and got really hyper."

Read In mixup, toddler served alcohol at Applebee's restaurant, police say

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Lunchtime poll – follow your nose
April 11th, 2011
01:00 PM ET
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I sniff my food. I'm a food sniffer. I assume I'm not the only one out there, but since I don't tend to notice other folks with their faces all up in their scungilli bowl the second it hits the table, I'll assume (as I often do) that this behavior is out of the ordinary.

Fans of the TV show M*A*S*H may recall that much was made of surgeon Hawkeye Pierce's tendency to smell the contents of his tray before taking a bite. Seeing as the Korean War-era mess hall rations were generally portrayed as grim, at best, this seems like a largely preventative measure.
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