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i think it's -- it's apropos. >> it's pretty much the same thing every day. we have funday monday, wednesday winesday. weekends, sip a something at say, sip a something more sunday. >> holy mackerel. >> i've always been your kind of girl. >> this is sort of a reunion of sorts. >> tony is one of those people i career. your big break was on "taxi." what year would it have been? it was l.a. i met you. >> '78. >> i moved out there in '75. good to see you. your son was 6. >> my son was 6. i was just doing "taxi." i can't remember the actor's name. >> we met at a barbecue, one of those great los angeles barbecues that you can have all winter long. >> that's true. but i would rather be here. >> you are a new yorker. >> yes, i'd rather be here.
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i know you're the proud owner now of a cheese place. >> it's funny you bring it up. yeah, what happened is my friend and his wife and myself bought a -- invested in the oldest cheese store in america. >> i heard you saved it from going under. >> no, no, no, no. >> i like that story better. >> it's been there since 1892. >> that's the story i heard and i like that. >> good. keep that one. it's been there since 1892. >> so have we. >> please, don't let it go out of business now tb ov it over. >> no, it looks charming. >> karen king, chacha, myself, unfortunately, we lost chacha. anybody who knows new york, chacha was a character in little italy for many years. we lost him in november. >> oh, i'm sorry. >> karen and i were on the show. it's an amazing place. we make mozzarella. >> of course you make mozzarella. >> a cannoli stand and gelato stand.
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new york, that area is so much phone. okay. yes. we promoted it enough. >> yes. >> all righty. >> you're also performing at "54 below" in new york city. >> let's do it. >> let's take a look. i think we have something. ? ? >> there he goes. and you're coming again, right? in -- >> yeah. next tuesday and wednesday night, the 9th and 10th. i'm there again in september, 8th and 9th. >> it's like a residency. come see tony. >> "54 below."
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>> you know why i love watching you perform, there's always a passion, is that because you're an italian an both sides? you have a passion for everything. >> i do. did you see the anderson cooper, with his mother? >> the books they wrote? >> yeah. >> yeah. >> she said i fall in love with things every day. i fall in love with something new every day. >> that's what life should be. >> i fell in love with the ukulele. i fell in love with tap dancing. i fell in love with you this morning. >> yeah, true. you have grandchildren. >> my son has two boys now. that's luke. look at that kid. he's crazy. by the way, you know what he calls me? >> is that toilet paper? >> there's my son. doesn't it look like something out of a wallet? >> yeah, they're beautiful. >> that's lucas and nicholas and my son, mark. >> that's mark now? he was their age when i met him. all righty. you and i are going to get to taste something today -- >> besides wine?
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14,000 what, people, are waiting. these are rose infused gummy bears and chocolate. here's the chocolate. >> i just wanted to say, i will never be on a waiting list for gummy bears. >> me neither. but it's because they're rose. i'm going to dip mine in my own stuff and see how that tastes. hello. get it saturated, baby. >> mmm. >> they're good. >> get off the line. i'm just kidding. i'm just kidding. delicious. no, it's really good. and pink chocolate. totally is good for you. mmm. mmm. >> why do i love to watch people eat? >> get back online. >> is there something very kinky about that is. >> candy and wine in the morning. >> we have rose chocolate in a pink chocolate bar infused in
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it is $9.95. available at compartes. it's french. >> that's not french. >> c-o-m-p-a-r-t-e-s. i don't know what your children have been up to. my daughter has been out in los angeles. >> she's an actress. >> she has been for quite a while. her seventh movie is coming out. >> wow! that's more than i have. >> it's coming out this on lifetime -- saturday. her character is a girl named daisy. she confronts a sorority sister, sara, about her friend jodi's standup comedy routine that could damage the sorority's reputation. it is called "sorority night mail." she stars alongside sierra mccormick starring on disney channel, and anthony dell negro. here she is, cassidy. >> you're more than happy to ditch your friends for a sorority events. >> hey, i said i was sorry about
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also, like, this is completely different. this is not the same. >> really? how? why are you letting daisy control you like this? >> it's complicated. you know? >> oh, i'm so sorry, am i interrupting? >> i was just on my way out. >> liam. >> what? do you know what your funny friend jodi did to us last night? >> they call themselves the sci-caps. yeah. more appropriately, the psychos. you shared our secret rituals with an outsider breaching the outside code of conduct. you're going to have her take this video down before it does any more damage to the sorority's reputation. fix it, sara, or i will. >> wow! >> yeah. i raised her right. >> man. she's beautiful. >> she's a pretty girl. a sweet girl. >> my uncle would say apple trees make apples. yeah, i'm telling you. >> she got a lot of good stuff from her daddy.
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yeah, that's on lifetime this weekend. >> good luck. >> we're going to play a little game, okay? because everybody teases you about ? hold me closer tony danza ? we thought it would be fun to guess the song that these commonly misunderstood lyrics are from. >> let's see. >> the misheard lyric is "it doesn't make a difference if we're naked or not." "doesn't make a difference if we're naked or not." actually it does make a heck of a difference. i don't know. what song? >> i have absolutely -- >> i don't know any of the new songs. what is it, you guys? >> oh, it's bon jovi. they can't resist playing this song. i don't know what it is. >> "living on a prayer" by bon jovi. the misheard lyric is "kicking your cat." this is a bad idea from day one. i don't know songs like this.
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>> i might know a song or two like this. >> you've been kicking your cat all over the place? okay. >> that's his lyric. >> no, that's from the next song. >> oh, i thought that was the lyric. >> kicking your cat all over the place. >> isn't it -- >> what? "we will rock" -- isn't it -- ? we will, we will rock you ? >> that song. >> you were sort of close. the misheard lyric is dancing queen -- all right. >> dancing from the tangerine. >> dancing queen. >> feel the beat from the tangerine. >> i know this one. >> not dancing queen. >> dancing queen. >> i knew that one. that's 80 years old like i am. we're going to have a good time today, everybody. >> we're going to meet the fairest of them all. >> that's right. our ambush makeover step into the spotlight and we're going to cook up something absolutely delicious in our kitchen. >> hoda! hoda! >> what's wrong, tiny dancer?
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all right. it's a beautiful day to be outside. we scoured plaza for a couple deserving women in need of ambush makeovers. >> we, all the people in the blindfolds. >> that's right. yes, yes, yes. >> you should see what we're doing. >> two lovely ladies are getting the star treatment and ready to reveal their brand new looks courtesy of our all-star glam team. from the licari salon, contributor and stylist to the
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la ? >> and who else? >> the editor of, lilliana vazquez. >> vazquez. >> like va-va-voom. >> there you go. i'll remember that. >> all righty. our first lady, you guys, she is janelle marshall. she's 50 years old from annapolis, maryland, where i'm going to go see my mom this weekend. >> say hi for me. >> she works in washington at the department of justice and is her daughter and friends. she's in town. she's never colored her hair before and says her hairdresser has been trying to get her to do it for years. today i got a feeling louis is going to take ahold of her. let's hear her story. >> janelle, victoria, you're visiting new york. today is your last day. victoria, why does your mom want a makeover? >> i think she's really mad that i told her just to wear whatever today because i didn't think she thought she was going to be on camera. but, you know --
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your style. are you excited? >> i am. very excited. >> i can't wait. >> okay. she is here with her daughter, victoria, and friends tammy, addie, darlene and lexi. i don't know why they're all the way over there. come on up, you guys, with us. >> somebody has to guide them. they're in blindfolds. here, girls. come this way. all right. >> i don't know -- >> come over. >> how we missed that one. all right. les ta let's take one last look at janelle before and bring the new janelle marshall out here. leave them on. >> holy mackerel. >> right there, sweetie. right there. all right, ladies, are you ready? >> the moment of -- >> all right. take them off. >> it's really, really -- >> you want to know what they're talking about?
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you do look like twiggy. >> i'm going to cry. >> we can take care of that. >> congratulations. >> don't wipe your eyes, honey. just dab. >> actually, she does look a bit like twiggy and susan sarandon. isn't that amazing? >> i love the color. >> what i did is lightened her color. i made it into her original color, pretty close to her birth colo i >> sort of. >> you look like -- you look like an irish lass. are you an irish lass? good to meet ya. >> we gave her this great haircut. look what he did. he shaped it, he layered it. we were so lucky have to -- >> oh my gosh, what a difference. >> what a gorgeous dress. everyone a nbc is on the road to rio. i thought this dress captured
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palm print. this dress is from maggie london. fits her beautifully. it almost looks like it's separates. it almost looks like a top and a dress so it has a ton of versatility. she knows how to work it. >> and look at that body. unreal. les give it up for janelle. >> ready? she works in washington at the department of justice. >> no, no, no. that was -- >> she works in a hospital. as a human resources assistant. >> her name >> janice balmer. she is in town celebrating her son's high school graduation. she stays in shape and does pilates every week but never thought it would be possible to get an ambush makeover so she's very excited. >> and she's 53 years old from decorah, iowa. milk fed. i went to school in iowa. >> let's listen to her story. >> janice, you and your family
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you like to see in this makeover? >> something with lots of color, i guess. >> oh, i like that. >> she's so beautiful already, i don't know what more we can do. >> now the main star, what would you like to get out of this makeover? >> new makeover with my clothing, new hairstyle. had this for quite a few years. >> i have the perfect team to do that. >> she does. she's here with her husband, dwayne, and son, garrett. let's take a look at what she looked like before just a few hours ago. let's bring out the brand new janice. ? i know that jumpsuit because i have it. i love it. what'd you do? les lo let's look at the boys. she looks gorgeous. take them off. let's look at her. >> wow. >> that's a good response. whoa. >> awesome. >> this is all good. this is trending well. you want to see? >> oh, my god. oh, look at that! >> all right.
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so all i did was highlight it. the trick here, not all the highlights start from the scalp anymore. >> look at that. >> they're uneven. there's some in the front, some in the lower -- >> i like that. >> looks so natural. of course, i updated her haircut. we just wanted to sharpen it up. cut her bangs a little bit. >> beautiful and sexy. >> beautiful. it all comes together. >> dwayne, is that sexy to you? >> she yeah, i know, that is awesome. it is sexy. >> it's a different kind of nice now. >> i have to say, sometimes a woman just needs one standout piece. wu delivers time and time again. this jumpsuit feels like pajamas but looks like a million bucks. and you look beautiful. >> it is the most comfortable thing you'll ever wear. >> i told you, scrunch it up, and you can take a 12-hour flight and it will be exactly the way it was. and it's washable. >> good job.
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speechless. the son is speechless. >> well, good job to louis, great job to you, my darling. >> so nice. >> all right. we want to ask you this. you can go on over and join your loch lovely -- come, ladies, come. >> this one is actually for you with your color formula. >> there you go. keep it at home. ladies, thank you. his new album has been called one of the best of 2016. it's elvis duran's next big music star.
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newest hot young music star, or as we like to call it around here, elvis' artist of the moment. >> that's national radio host elvis duran is back with us. with an up and coming singer/songwriter who proves dreams come true. jon bellion built a devoted fan base making music from his parents' basement. >> love that. now at just 25 years old, jon is celebrating the release of his very first official album, "the human condition" which debuted at number five, food for you, on the billboard chart. good for you! >> number five from the parents' basement? >> he still lives in his parents' basement. he's so busy he hasn't had time to move out. >> not for long. >> jon and his band are selling out everywhere you go. >> that's fantastic. >> you're going to hear his song. he has a refreshing approach to lyrics and music. you're going to love it. jon, here you are, you're on the
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music, jon? >> oh, man. i was in an era with mtv where it was ja rule, i was a product of the 2000s. a little bit of everything. everything is going on. >> fusion with stuff. >> definitely. >> yeah. >> i like really bouncy drums. the sonics are very bubbly and round. kind of likes sounds like a pixar movie. >> where did you grow up? >> long island, new york. >> another new york boy. >> smithtown area. >> elvis mentioned a new apoa lyrics -- >> they're everything. >> so how important, in your music i mean? >> yeah. painting that picture is everything. that's all it's about. concentration on the music is what got me here. i wasn't necessarily ever concern the about twitter followers or instagram people or management. it's the music. the music comes first. >> when you hear his music, it's -- >> i checked it out. i'm already up to date. >> you can hear colors.
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a creative approach to music. >> coming from him, that's big. that's big. >> that's everything. yeah. >> all righty. what are we going to hear from you in just a few moments? >> "all time low love." >> what -- >> all the time love or all time low? >> what do we have coming up? >> eating late at night, do you think it makes you gain weight? >> yeah. >> i don't know. >> the skinny on that and more after yo we'll be right back. cover everything - only about 80% of your part b medical expenses. the rest is up to you. so if 65 is around the corner, think about an aarp medicare supplement insurance plan, insured by unitedhealthcare insurance company. like all standardized medicare supplement insurance plans, they help cover some of what medicare doesn't pay. and could save you in out-of-pocket medical costs.
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myths from facts when it comes to our health. >> you don't mince anything. >> i know this woman. i'm on to her. >> oh, my gosh! we're going to head right in. i'm going to say a statement. you guys are going to decide whether you think it's a myth or fact. >> is there a prize at the end of this? >> there might be. >> i just wanted to make sure. >> number one, peppermint tea soothes an upset stomach. yes! you're both correct. that's right. peppermint oil even can work to help spasms. helps people with irritable bowel syndrome. stuff like that. people who need to avoid it is people with reflux, acid reflux, it can make it worse. next one. number two. caffeine stunts your growth. >> i'm going to say no. >> that's correct. excellent, guys. no evidence that caffeine can inhibit growth, per se. but one thing i want to say that's not a free license for adolescents and kids to be drinking caffeinated beverages. >> we came from a generation
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>> can you imagine paying for coffee, what they do today? >> they could break the bank. number three, rest, don't exercise when you're sick. >> you know what? i feel better if i do get on the treadmill. i'm going to go on the other direction. what are you saying? myth. i'll say fact then. >> listening. myth. myth. i think you wanted to say that. >> no. >> you didn't? >> i find if something's coming on me, if i go and sweat it out, i feel better. >> exactly. >> a lot of people have a rule thumb in it's from the head up, if you have a little cold, go ahead and exercise. if you have a high fever, stomach flu -- >> oh, no, no, no. >> not only will you make others sick at the gym, but you'll waste energy that you need. >> doesn't it help maybe to just do a little bit of -- >> of course. >> no matter how you are. >> that one's, to me, it's super logical. do what you can. don't overexert. maybe go 50% of capacity.
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>> number four -- i love this one -- creased earlobes are connected to heart disease. >> that sounds like a fact. >> oh, my goodness. okay. diagonal ear creases can be and are a marker for underlying heart disease, just like high blood pressure. there it is! >> you got beat up a bunch of times as a boxer. >> that's not as diagonal as the one in the picture. tony, make an appointment after the show. number five -- >> i did take a lot of punches. >> you did, baby. >> number five, eating late at night results in weight gain. >> i'm going to say that fact because you don't -- it's not healthy. >> tony's got it. it's a myth. >> because it is cumulative. >> it's not so much when you eat, it's what you eat. the problem eating late at night, you're not going to make a big salad at 11:00 at night. you're usually going to eat the fatty stuff, the stuff that tastes better. >> so we're both right.
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>> i do just once in a while. >> it's cumulative. isn't it? the calories you eat during a 24-hour period are -- >> does your metabolism slow down a little bit when you are sleeping? yes, it does. generally speaking, your metabolic rate throughout the day is pretty constant. it doesn't suddenly become like in the middle of the night. okay. number six. >> another one? >> you need to sweat for 45 minutes to get the health benefit from exercise. >> myth. >> you guys got it. high intensity, interval training is all over the place. you don't need to be sweating >> but it feels good. >> last one. number seven, eating sugar, candy or any food before bed will give you nightmares. you got it. you got it. it's a myth. not nightmares. it might disrupt your sleep. we don't want you eating too, too close to bedtime but no correlation with nightmares. what's the final score? >> thank you, dr. kinky. >> do we have a score? it can't be a tie. we had seven. >> i dumped that last one just to make her feel better. >> it's a tie. nobody wins.
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>> thank you, dr. azar, we love you. love the shoes. from making mixed tapes in his parents' basement to his first television performance. >> here he is, ladies and gentlemen, elvis' artist of the
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>> announcer: the citi concert series on "today" is proudly presented to you by citi. >> earlier you got to meet elvis duran's latest artist of the month. and now you are going to get to hear him sing. >> he's 25 years old, the rotten kid.
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he's been selling out shows across the country with his new album "the human condition." >> here he is, jon performing his latest song "all-time low." here he is. make some noise, jon. ? ? low low low low low ? ? low low low low low low low ? ? low low low low low low low ? ? low low low low low low low low low ?
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? i was the knight in shining armor in your movie ? ? you put your lips on mine and loved the aftertaste now ? ? i am a ghost that calls your name you look right through me ? ? you're the reason that i just can't concentrate ? ? that's been broken ? ? hey now you know it and that i am at an all-time ? ? low low low low low low ? ? low low low low low low low low low ? ? whoa ? ? woo whoa ?
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? i was the cross outside like three stacks on that cd ? ? an example of the perfect candidate now ? ? all your girlfriends say that you don't want to see me ? ? you're the reason that i just can't concentrate ? ? i would like to fix my pride but that's been broken ? ? that's been broken ? ? hey you try to help me but now you know that i am at an all-time ? ? low low low low low low low low low ? ? low low low low low low low low low ?
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? ? low low low low low ? ? low low low low low low low ? ? low low low low low low low low low ? ? low low low low low low low low low ? >> jon bellion! >> that was great. congratulations. very nice. >> you can find all of elvis' artist on his play list at applemusic all the best. one dish and it's allergy free. and we have an italian favorite, risotto. >> don't forget heather. >> we'll be right back. thank you, elvis. thank you, darling. k you, darli. it's amazing out there means to me the wonder and wow of the weather. >> everything is amazing.
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crystal. the biggest storm cloud. >> what does it's amazing out there mean to me? it means looking up and being inspired. even if it's just straight-up blue skies. i mean, how beautiful is that? that little burst of red that happens when the sun comes right over the ocean. when it comes up in the morning. >> watching lightning streaking across the sky from one side to another. >> the roar of the thunder, it's just, oh, one of the most amaze things. >> that's what it's amazing out you mentally and the memories you take away from that weather. >> and how that absolutely affects our lives. our day to day. what's in our stores, what are we going to wear, what are we going to eat? what's everything going to cost? to me, all those interactions of the weather has real influences on, that's why it's amazing out there. >> what it means for me is it lets the world know what's happening at the weather channel. >> i think what makes the weather channel's coverage unique is that we are meteorologists.
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weather. and that makes a tremendous difference. >> somebody just walks up to you in the field and says, thanks for being there, we're so glad you were here to take us through it. >> we have a charge. we have a responsibility. we have a drive to provide information to people to help them, help this community, help their family stay safe. matters so much. >> when you start linking the people side up to the weather and the science and the data, it makes a real connection and i k importance of what we do. >> i love weather. >> i do love weather. >> i love the weather. and, you know, i love working with people who love the weather. this is what we love to do. >> every single day is going to be something spectacular. >> it is truly amazing out there. ? ?
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>> the "today show" food team has enlisted the perfect person to come up with the perfect summer dish. ready? roasted tomato and corn risotto. >> she's food blogger and chef, heather, author of the new cookbook "pure delicious." we're happy to have you here. >> happy to be here. >> you've been waiting patiently in our kitchen. >> we're all salivating over this. >> it's dare re free, naturally gluten free, free of nuts and soy and shellfish, all the other common allergens. >> these are all our ingredients. they will be on our website. should we start? >> we absolutely should. we're trying to focus market-fresh ingredients. cherry tomatoes, basil and arugula. >> that's one of the things about august is everything's finally ripe and ready. >> and all the colors. we'll start by making the pesto.
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>> that's going to take away that bite when garlic gets a little crazy and we don't want to knock anyone out with our breath. then we've got basil. >> to a boxer -- >> far lick breath is like cologne. >> i believe it. >> they don't trust someone who doesn't have garlic -- >> tony, would you mind putting that in the ice bath? >> sure. >> just a quick shock just as a tip. >> oh, no. >> i got it. >> oh, really? or you could just greens out and stick them in there. >> oh. i see. i didn't understand. you know, i'm an italian. i always throw the stuff in the colander. >> put the blanched greens in the -- >> i want to get that piece of garlic. okay. we're going to add some rice wine vinegar to add natural sweetness. >> there's absolutely no rehearsal here, you understand that, right? >> i think they understand that.
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for himself here. but i'm eating that risotto, i'll tell you right now. >> you want to drizzle in this olive oil. >> it goes here. >> no, it definitely doesn't. drizzle. >> you'll do this, emulsify and get a nice really smooth pesto. like this here. >> please, just leave that. >> we're going to do godown her >> you've done enough damage. >> this is roasted corn and tomato risotto. >> i just want to do a little more damage. we've got cherry tomatoes and fresh raw corn. >> use all different colors, huh? >> yeah, they're gorgeous. do you want to do this -- a nice sprinkle of kosher salt. i put it in about seven or eight minutes before the risotto is going to be done which takes roughly 20 so everything comes out at the same time. we've got arborio rice cooking here with onions. the trick i always learned is the rice is ready to add stock
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>> okay. wear your glasses. it's hard to see. >> yeah. then you'll start adding hot chicken stock. you just want to stir and stir and stir until the chicken broth starts to cook off. >> did you tell me to toss this somehow? >> no, you're good. you would toss that and put it in the oven, it would come out just like that. >> you roast it for how long, heather? >> seven minutes. >> this is cooked risotto. the key is to stir and stir. then you get that nice creamy texture without dairy. >> without da heat, add more raw corn kernels. >> okay. >> just the heat will naturally cook it slightly. we would add the pesto. >> that i messed up. >> that's okay. >> everybody understands. >> we would stir this all together. you want to season it with kosher salt. then serve it up like this. i love kosher salt. season to taste. >> nice showmanship there. >> thank you. yes. presentation. >> it totally is.
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then you would add a nice little salad of arugula and fresh avocado with olive oil. then you would add the roasted tomatoes and the corn. and the basil. >> it is so beautiful, isn't it? got to take a bite. take a bite, please, tone. to get this recipe, everybody, go to we're going to be back in just a moment, but first this is "today" on nbc. what do you say, >> goes great with the stuff. >> the wine. >> thank you so much. >> i'm going to have a bite. is there a fork down there? thank you. k you. sfx: crowd booing ? sfx: crowd chanting ? sfx: crowd cheering
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throw big birthday bashes for their kids when they turn 1. right? >> yeah, yeah, celebs. we use the term -- like kim kardashian, mariah carey, and beyonce have all done it. >> before hoda left for rio we asked is it okay or not okay to have lavish first birthday parties? here's what we had to say about it, tony. i'm not going to judge how people spend their hard-earned money but in a world where so many have so little, it seems inappropriate. >> i say, no, it's not okay. they won't remember one second of it. why not just get a cake and let them smear it on their faces or anywhere else? wherever they want. >> oh, that hoda. she's a kinky girl. >> she's in rio. >> we love her to pieces. i want to thank my friend, longtime friend, tony, for helping me out today. >> so great to be here. thank you to the crew. thanks, guys. thank you very much. i feel like, holy mackerel. >> you can come back tomorrow when we're going to throw a
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