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>> announcer: from nbc news, gifford and hoda kotb live from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza. hey, everybody! >> what is it? >> booze day, tuesday, november 22nd, also happens to be national cranberry relish day, in case you were wondering. >> are you for real? >> it's a big day in your family. >> it is a huge day. it's the day my brother, adel, was born.
>> all on the train, right now! ? happy birthday to you ? >> happy birthday. >> happy birthday, brother of mine. >> he's a sweetie. >> yes, he is. >> shy, quiet and tender hearted. >> and a good one, too. >> if you have kids, set your dvrs. sabrina is not only elvis durant's rising star, but she stars in "girl meets world" and will be >> two stars of the kitchen making two stars of your thanksgiving table. curtis stone and giada are here. >> hi, kids! >> brushing curtis' turkey with -- >> mashed potatoes. >> and butter. >> like you've never heard before. >> i kind of want to be the turkey right now. >> oh, gosh. >> this is getting weird. >> he's going to brine for us. >> i still don't understand the brining thing, but, anyway -- if your holiday plans include catching up with latest entertainment, we've got it covered thanks to tim stackable.
people outside in the cold, look at their signs. may not be wines day wednesday, but we'd like to share a drink. and very clever. get a close-up. can you see? is he on it? >> yeah. >> i can't see. >> very cute. there they are. thank you for coming and happy thanksgiving to you, crazy kids. >> so this turkey, here on the table. >> yes. >> has a purpose. >> that is, by the way, taylor and matthew. did we say that? >> yeah, we did. this turkey can be your centerpiece. what you can do, take out one of -- oh! one of the feathers. say what you're grateful for, and -- >> okay. then put it in. >> yeah. what's yours say, hodi? >> what do you think mine says? >> me. >> let's see if you're right. yes! >> what's mine say? my hoda woman.
it's your centerpiece. see how cute that is. >> i can't see that far. anyway, called turkey on the table. write down everything you're grateful for on the feathers. go to turkeyonthetable.com to find out about this grateful bird. or put him in the side. >> or get it from the website. all righty then. >> and it's spanky tuesday. >> oh. >> i want curtis to stay. >> i hope curtis does stay for spanky tuesday. he'll like it, yesif giada is doing it with him. >> the tsa released its thanksgiving food rule. if you are traveling, people always have leftovers, they get on the train and they say which things can i travel with and which can i not? the tsa listed things you cannot bring on your luggage or carried on. >> basically anything poured or
sweet to potatoes, no. >> who wants to go? >> soup, no. salad dressing, no, and gravy. >> who travels with gravy? >> people get good gravy. amanda avery. >> anything that can be spilled, spread. now, you can take that stuff on the train. >> you can take anything on the train. >> yeah. >> this is what you can bring -- stuffing in a big tupperware. >> a turkey leg. cakes, pies. >> butternut squash. why you can do that. >> green beans -- >> have you in your life seen anybody carrying green beans? >> if you carry a tupperware thing of food. >> every time we talk about prince harry we're happy. he stopped in antigua. during his 15-day royal tour. >> he met the prime minister there, who broke an unwritten rule of the tour. the rule is, you're not supposed to mention the prince's girlfriend meghan markel. >> you just did.
well, anyway, in front of more than 300 guests the prime minister said, he heard there might be a new addition to the royal family very soon, "a princess." >> suggested the couple doesn't have to look for a honeymoon location, noting antigua was voted the best honeymoon location in the caribbean. >> and kgo the prime minister added, there were be nowhere in the world as special to spend your honeymoon when that day arrives. >> harry handled as you could expect? >> how? >> avoided eye contact and dealt with other issues. had to deal with much worse than that. remember las vegas? >> you're right. he has. the prime minister also teased him about, a meeting with six of the country's beauty queens. whatever is said here stays here, harry. don't worry about it.
vegas. it went world wide! >> this report not confirmed by nbc news. >> oh, who cares. >> at this moment. >> okay. okay. now, adele last night, congratulations to her. after 107 shows, and that's a lot, wrapped her world tour in phoenix and left audiences a bit -- bewildered. >> okay. as she was leaving the stage, this is what she said. she thanked her band and crew and then said i'll see you on the other side, in a couple of years i'll be back. and here's t >> i'm off to have a baby. >> now, does that mean she's pregnant? is going to have baby or hoping to take the time to have a baby? and -- which either way is wonderful. later -- >> wait. she said, i'm off to have a baby. see you in a couple of years? >> yeah. it only takes nine months. >> but why did she say that? if she wasn't -- i mean -- >> two kinds of people in the world. the ones who want to analyze it to pieces and the ones who go,
god bless. >> why would you announce to all your fans, i'm off to have a baby -- unless you're, like, having a baby, right then? like, you're pregnant? don't you think it's weird? >> no. >> i'm off to try to have baby. that's different. i'm off to have a baby. >> it's -- i truly don't care. i'm happy for her. whatever she wants to do. later shared a photo of a hand-made banner her son angelo helped to make. mommy, you did it. to welcome her back after >> she doesn't love being on the road. >> no. she doesn't love performing. no. so -- good for her. we wish her all the best. >> we have a big announcement. don't we? this is a big one. season two of -- season two of "cnbc's -- >> i love him. tillman. >> premieres tonight n. honor of this premiere. >> tillman, giving away, this is huge. >> how much? >> 500 gift cards to his restaurants.
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>> or throw on sweats for a marathon binge-watching session. >> that, too. whatever your plans we have the ticket. >> here with a preview is weekly writer tim stack, known at stackable. >> my feet don't reach the bottom of this chair. i'm like -- eloise. >> will you take us through the movies? everyone is talking about "moana." >> yes. disney's out tomorrow. >> getting good reviews. >> getting great reviews starring dwayne "the rock" johnson, sexiest man alive, playing a demigod named maui. that's moana, that young lady. basically -- she's a princess that goes on a quest to save her homeland, and the music -- >> not looking for love, or some prince charming. >> that's sort of what is cool about moana. she has no love interest. they made a point of that. that she's doing this for herself, not a man. doing it for herself and her
>> later in life she'll realize she needs a man. >> give her time. yes. >> a couple of movies oscar buzz. one is "the lion." >> yes. "lion" a movie comes out this friday starring dev patel and nicole kidman and rooney mara about a young boy at 5 is sort of taken away, or he sort of disappears from his family. gets stuck on a train -- >> a train, yeah. >> -- and separated from them. he's then adopted by an australian couple played by nicole kidman, the mother, and years later using google earth >> based on a try story. >> a true story, yes. it's supposed to be really emotional. major hankies. like, you know, if you want to cry after thanksgiving, which most of us want to, or drink, you go see "lion." >> i can't wait to see this one. >> i'm dying. >> harvey weinstein. love you, harv.
disclosure, our executive producer wrote the screenplay. >> i know. it's incredible. >> tell us about it. >> the story of jackie kennedy. takes place the days after the assassination of her husband, jfk. and natalie portman plays jackie. and she is supposed to be incredible. you see re-creations of this, iconic moments with jackie, but she has very strong oscar buzz. actually, it was going to be separated it went to natalie, and darren is producing it. darren also directed natalie to her oscar in "black swan." >> and she gives such an incredible reaction you cannot believe you're not watching the jackie kennedy. >> the voice is crazy. it's incredible. natalie portman, one of my favorite actresses. >> let's start laughing. let's go to "the office christmas party." who's in that one? >> if you want to laugh. after you cry you want to laugh. go see "office christmas party"
miller, vanessa bayer, courtney b. vance. it's about the wildest office christmas party gone awry. >> ours aren't like that. >> are they not? >> who has these kinds of parties? unless i leave too soon. >> "dateline" used to have those. >> in london? really? "dateline" because -- >> because they're all so stressed out from chasing serial killers. let's shotgun things. >> some great ones. >> so funny. the company, and she wants to clamp down on the party, and they're like, nope. so it's sort of about how this party goes, like, nuts. >> here's how you clamp down on it. you don't pay for it. >> well, that's true, i guess. still find a way. >> a short movie. >> people still find a way. >> shall we go to tv? >> go to tv. >> cozy up in your sweats and turn on "the gilmore girls." >> yes. "the gilmore girls" are back. and it's been years since we've seen rory and laura lye, the mother/daughter best friends live in stars hallow, connecticut.
series into four 90-minute movies, basically, longer episodes. everyone's back, including their mother emily played by kelly bishop. she's dealing with the death of her husband, edward herman. and rory's going through, not sure what she's going with her life. millennium and laura questioning whether or not she should be with luke, on again/off again boyfriend. beloved series. people love it. mccarthy is back as sooki. it's a great kind of family show, and basically fans -- the big thing is fans have been wanting to know what the last four words are going to be. something the creator's been teasing a while. you can find out finally. >> good. >> if you are a fan of "hairspray" who isn't? it's coming to tv on nbc? >> absolutely. yes. december 7th, "hairspray live." >> anything with martin short. kristen chenowith.
>> what a cast. >> annual live musical. >> i want to make -- sort of a bet. i bet this one's going to do best of all of them. >> i kind of agree. >> the music is incredible in this. this is maddie, the new tracy, but the old tracy is ricki lake, and they're going to make cameos. >> fun. >> down the music line, we have "the hamilton" mixed tape coming out. you heard that song? fierce, fierce. >> beautiful. rolling stones out. >> first in ten years. blues cover, john legend, album coming out also in "la la land." john legend having a real big december. >> all right. happy for him. >> cool. >> all righty. thank you, stack. that was fun. >> happy thanksgiving. >> and to you and your families. >> star chefs are about to help you kick you a thanksgiving dinner up a notch with their insider secrets. >> plus, the actress and singer who is on fire right now. elvis introduces us to sabrina carpenter, coming up, right
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we are ready to meet the next big star of the month, month. >> sabrina carpenter, just 17 years old, gorgeous and about to release her second studio album called "evolution." how about that, baby? >> they love the say the same words at the same time. >> that's what we do. >> yeah. >> how did you notice sabrina? >> how could you not? >> a lot of artists we bring in are up and coming. she's been on full throttle a while selling out all shows. sold out here in new york. did you not?
a great show. >> wow. >> 17 years old but the soul of someone much older. i mean -- do you not like hearing that? is that good? >> no. it's a great thing. it was always a compliment. when i with you 8 years old, i didn't understand what it meant. now i do. now i like it. >> did you start writing early on? >> writing song the at about 10 years old. they weren't good, but practice makes perfect. >> and you love the process. >> yes. >> like keeping a diary. >> exactly. turned on, there was so much control that happened on my end and real vision, so i'm really proud of it. >> it's interesting, you kind of walk in two different worlds. young girls look up to you, but you're growing up, stepping into that world how do you balance that? >> not easy for anybody, let alone a disney star. >> how are you guys doing? >> i'm a work in progress, honey. >> you just don't think about it.
all the wheels turn in your head. if you don't think about it, live your life as you yourself would live it. if you were just -- i am regular. it's just, i'm being the girl that i myself would want to be, and if they follow along, great. if not -- >> when you were growing up, sweetie, who did you emulate or think was the cat's meow? an old saying, too. >> i do know that saying. hard to say. i did march to the beat of my own drum a lot of my life, but i think people inspired me, strong voices like christina aguilera. >> another mouseketeer. >> of course. >> yeah. >> also her mom, and her dad. you have to meet them. >> they're amazing. >> are they here? >> my dog is my inspiration. >> me, too! >> tell them what your dad's doing for everyone on the tour bus? >> making everyone in the band crew thanksgiving dinner. which is amazing. >> my gosh! >> they're all excited. >> they're all here.
out on the road to be home. >> fun. >> wait until you hear her performance. >> we have to. >> she's going to sing her new song for us calmed "thumbs" in a few minutes. >> and if you're all thumbs in the kitchen, don't worry. giada and curtis will show you how to make a perfect thanksgiving turkey and potatoes. >> all this after your local
gravy doesn't. >> no. get over here. >> it's booze day tuesday and in two days your turkey will be front and center on your dinner table. you may want to make sure it's cooked to perfection. >> you can't forget about the ultimate side dish, talking about -- >> all: mashed potatoes. >> have you fighting for seconds, "celebrity chef," curtis stone. and "today" contributor, giada de laurentiis. >> what are you doing, giada? >> curtis was worrying about his gravy. stirring it to make sure it's perfect. >> you cannot have lumpy gravy. >> okay. >> there's no lumpy gravy. making sure. >> what are you making, giada?
make, curtis? >> the roast turkey. >> okay. let's do it. >> first thing i suggest brining your turkey. take as minute do it, but the result is fabulous. >> and you do a wet brian. there is a difference. >> yes. effectively all of these ingredients go into a pot. bring it all to a boil and cool it down. put your entire turkey into, it's like a bathtub for your turkey. stick it in the fridge 12 hours. >> you put it in the bathtub? >> no. it's like a bathtub. like taking your turkey to the spa. this is how it looks when pat it dry. put it on some paper -- >> paper towel. >> yeah, that stuff. stuff it with a bunch of carrots, celery and onion. >> no stuffing in there? >> i don't. i do my stuffing separate. i call it dressing. >> how about all the juices from the turkey -- done it that way forever because my mother does. >> i know, i know. >> this way you still get that. all of those vegetables end up in your sauce. you just cross the legs. >> yeah. close that legs up.
me. >> tying it? >> yeah. >> you need somebody to put a finger in there for you. >> yeah. put the finger in there. >> let's just wrap this up. we get it. tie it. move on. >> my finger -- never mind. >> you pick up the turkey. >> pick it up. >> thank you. >> yep. >> bring it even r over. if you have a v-rack, great. otherwise, just stick it straight on the vegetable the. pop it in the oven. it's going to bake in the oven at 425 degrees the first half an hour. >> an important question. >> yes? >> do you tent it or leave >> nothing, by then i tent it after the first half hour. >> after the first half hour. >> here's the secret. a little bit of butter and worcestershire sauce. pour that in together. take the sage stalks, that you didn't use. that becomes your little brush. you go ahead and brush it on to the turkey before it goes in the oven. >> fingers smell really good, too. >> fingers smell good after? >> like a religious experience. >> i use paprika and it's all
and then tell my mother she's wrong. >> i didn't say she with you wrong. >> goes into the oven comes out looking like this. >> this is beautiful, by the way. >> thank you. important part, let it rest a good half hour before you cut it. the temperature is continuing to rise in there. and then, look at that. >> make sure your knife is sharp before you start carving. >> why? >> because it's -- >> a really good thing. >> i have to get in there. i've got to get involved. >> try the gravy wh >> the gravy made from the pan drippings brown butter and sage. get the recipe at today.com. >> delicious. >> are you ready? >> let's cook some potatoes. >> that's almost as good as my mom's, i tell you. thank you. >> come on, kath. >> all right. potatoes. >> uh-huh. >> who eats mashed potatoes. >> oh, yes. >> peel, cut, start with cold water. garlic. rosemary. okay? let it go until they're soft. >> what kind do you use? >> russet. yep. i do.
did you grow up with ricers? >> they can call it a potato mash because it has knock do with rice. >> yeah, anyway -- so you take the ricer and i -- oh. here are some potatoes. put them in there. >> got it, that's fine. >> okay. >> and then -- >> smoosh it? >> wash your fingers. you >> a lot of muscle for this. >> wow. when you call in a family member to come in and help. >> curtis! >> then you mush it. >> there you go. i don't do that many potatoes. so -- look at curtis. >> there you go. >> that's a man, baby! >> take that, okay, and then add your favorite. lots of dairy. >> good. >> cream. >> oh, now, hoda can't have it. >> salt -- she can have that. there's nothing in it. >> she doesn't want that! >> you can put -- no butter. olive oil, parmesan cheese. >> what's that? >> mozzarella. >> cheese with a little bit of
>> it's thanksgiving. >> on thanksgiving day, do not cut calories. eat the good stuff. how is that? >> good. except it's cold. it should be hot. it's good, though. >> really good? >> not as good as my mother's, but darn good. >> oh. >> listen, you, you can't face it. no. >> by the way, that looks really good, giada. >> delicious, sweetheart. >> for all of our thanksgiving recipes head to today.com/food. curtis and giada are back toow celebration on our plaza. more than 30 chefs out there. all of your friends. >> the main reason to tune in, though, because giada will have my hair-style tomorrow. >> curly hair. >> going curly tomorrow. >> that's right. >> how about a little music to go with dinner? >> sabrina carpenter? >> elvis' artist of the month, right after this. >> very good. >> very good. (coughs) that cough doesn't sound so good. well i thi you sound great. move over. easy booger man. take mucinex dm.
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? >> announcer: the citi concert series on "today" is proudly presented to you by citi. >> i'm sorry about my turkey breath, elvis. >> i'm sorry. >> we met elvis duran's artist of the month. time to hear her perform. >> singer, actress, sabrina meets world" out with her second album called -- >> all: "evolution." >> you're going to love this song. it's her newest single called "thumbs." sabrina carpenter. >> yeah. ? somewhere in the worlds there is a father and a mother and the father is a son who has a mother ? the mother has a daughter who gets married to the brother of a mother ? and they all just trying to
'cause that's just the way of the world it never ends until the end then you start again ? that's just the way of the world that's just the way of the world ? ? somewhere in the world they think they're working for themselves they get up every day to go to work for someone else ? and somebody works for them and so they think they've got it made but they're all just working to get paid the very same ? them thumbs, skiddly dee da-dum ? they're going to keep on twiddling them thumbs ? skiddly dee-da-dum-dum ? and so they keep on twiddling them thumbs skiddly dee da-dum ? they're gonna keep on twiddling them thumbs skiddly
a robber and a bank and the bank robbed the people so the people robbed the bank ? and the police came to get them, but they let him get away because they're all just working to get paid the very same ? 'cause that's just the way of the world it never ends till the end then you start again ? that's just the way of the world that's just the way of the world ? them thumbs skiddly dee da-dum ? they're gonna keep on twiddling them thumbs skiddly dee-da-dum-dum ? and so they keep on twiddling them thumbs skiddly dee da-dum ? they're gonna keep on twiddling them thumbs skiddly dee-da-dum-dum ?
you hear ? let it go through your left and right ear ? ? don't just march to the beat of that drum ? don't be one of them people just twiddling them thumbs ? that's just the way of the world ? ? it never ends until the end and then you start again ? the way of the world ? they keep on twiddling them thumbs skiddly dee da-dum ? they're going to keep on twiddling them thumbs ? skiddly dee-da-dum-dum ? and so they keep on twiddling them thumbs ? skiddly dee da-dum ? they're going to keep on twiddling them thumbs ? skiddly dee-da-dum-dum, they're going to keep on twiddling them
they're going to keep on twiddling them thumbs that's just the way of the world ? >> yes! yes! wow. >> oh, my god. that is such a -- >> such a hit! >> amazing. >> oh, my gosh. >> thank you, sweetheart. >> gosh, sticks in your head. >> all day long you're not going to forget that song. oh, my gosh. all right. >> hear all of elvis' artists on his play list at applemusic.com/today. >> it's an ear worm. >> yes. yes. >> so clever. ? twiddling them thumbs ? >> and the world's brightest animals coming up right after
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this way. >> he can turn his whole head around. >> totally gorgeous. looking at the back, totally camouflaged. if this animal was in a tree, you would never see it. >> you're right. >> look at the eyes. >> for both native americans and northern settlers, symbol of death, because it's nocturnal. with our mythologies, we associate the nighttimeh regardless of your culture you probably would think of it as a bad omen. >> kind of scary. right? >> they're a beautiful bird. >> bring on the next animal. >> look! it's an otter. >> it is. another species that was really important for both the north american folks that lived here before european colonization and for the european colonizers because of its fur coat. so waterproof, thick and
the good news because of the national wildlife federation and other groups that protected these guys they're making a come bye and a symbol of keeping clean water. they live in wetlands. an example of living together and working together, we can save species. and going back to the magazine, introducing kids to nature. we know when we introduce kids to nature they grow up into kids that care about it. >> exactly. >> let's see, another one. what's coming around? >> oh, my gosh! >> this is a really awesome owl. this is a badger. >> never seen one of these. they're beautiful. >> an animal that lives further west. sort of the early european settlers would not have seen. check out the claws. burrowing animals, carnivores, eating prairie dogs, ground squirrels. awesome. pretty fierce. again -- >> they are? >> -- grant raised this guy. if i hold him, it would not go well for me. >> he trusts you. >> exactly. yeah. >> okay. >> again, the message here is, it's okay to have wildlife around, even in your yards. don't try to met it or make it a
good-bye. >> our last two. >> turkeys! >> come on over here. >> it wouldn't be a thanksgiving segment if i didn't bring some wild turkeys. the bird that is the symbol of the holiday. they may or may not have actually eaten turkey. don't know for sure. records say fowl. could be any bird. north american birds do not exist anywhere else. a symbol of the holiday. >> are your niece and nephew here? >> come on out. run. run. run. run. >> these guys are subscribers to ranger rick magazine. i will give one more plug. i was, too, as a kid. say hi, guys. >> hi, guys! >> oh. >> you'll be saying thanks for what you're, we're giving away, and you might get. >> first, this is "today" on nbc. >> spanky tuesday!
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