Fame Bites - Kelly Ripa
April 21st, 2011
05:00 PM ET
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Fame Bites goes inside the belly of the entertainment beast. We're dishing out where the celebrities are eating, what they're eating and who they're eating with.

For the past ten years, as most Americans are grudgingly filling up their Trenta-size Thermos mugs with watered-down office coffee, Kelly Ripa has been perkily co-hosting "LIVE! with Regis & Kelly" alongside Regis Philbin.

In a little reversal of roles, we put Ripa in the interview chair to find out which Pepperidge Farm snack she considers her edible Kryptonite and why she's so fascinated with one Mr. David Gergen.
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Box lunch
April 21st, 2011
12:00 PM ET
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Sink your teeth into today's top stories from around the globe.



  • Are the well-to-do that are snatching up coveted dinner reservations more interested in the hot new restaurant in town or the actual food? - TIME


  • The FDA requires chain restaurants list how many calories are in the bacon cheeseburger, but not in that triple-chocolate Mud Slide. The double standard of MIA calories. - Washington Post


  • Easy on the icing, buddy! Cupcakes of today are "for people who hate cupcakes." - Slate
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April 21st, 2011
11:00 AM ET
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Watch the Green Solutions in Focus: Eatocracy Edition hour-long special hosted by Tom Foreman on Saturday, April 23rd at 3pm ET and see all Earth Day coverage at eatocracy.com/infocus

Previously - A menu for restaurant waste reduction
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Peanuts off no-fly list
April 21st, 2011
10:00 AM ET
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Packets of peanuts are in no danger of disappearing completely from airplanes. In a nutshell, there's a law protecting them.

Last year, the Department of Transportation asked the public about a possible peanut ban on planes and other measures it said it was considering to address severe allergies among fliers.

It presented three options for debate: a complete ban on serving peanuts on planes, a ban on serving them when a passenger requests a peanut-free flight in advance, or a requirement for peanut-free buffer zones around severely allergic passengers who make advance requests.

The agency also solicited public input on health risks and the idea of maintaining current practice.

Read the rest of "Peanuts on planes protected by law" on CNN Travel.

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