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and treats for the sweet. delicious desserts for valentine's day. all that and more coming up right now. >> announcer: fm nbc news, this is "today's take," with al roker, natalie morales, willie geist and tamron hall, live from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza. welcome to "today" on a tuesday morning. it is fat tuesday, february 9th, 2016. last day to feast before the start of lent. millions of christians observe for 40 days. look at st. patrick's cathedral there. it ends on easter sunday. >> today is the day, we feast. >> then we have ash wednesday. i'm al roker along with dylan and natalie. tamron and willie on assignment in new hampshire. we're going to talk to them in a minute. but this is your morning jam. >> of course. >> i had to pick "formation." beyonce's new song. appropriately released the day before the super bowl. >> right.
i was on the fid live as she was performing this. >> i was going to say, when you pick third-degree song pick this song, you have to do the "formation." >> no one wants to see that. i have the head. >> the head bob. >> it sounds awesome, right, to be on the field? >> yeah. >> when you're 5'4" and in the back, you can't see anything. basically, i saw maybe some people in the distance. not sure if it was beyonce or not. >> jumping up and down. >> yeah. i'm sure you had a better view at home. >> i think so. it was such a performance. >> i missed the whole thing. >> screens all around though, right? >> the screens weren't working during the performance. >> i've been to a couple super bowls. while it's a great thing to go to, the fact is, to watch it all, it's so much better at home. you see better angles and get the commercials. >> i know. >> i heard there was the monkey -- >> puppy monkey baby. >> all the rage.
out with the doritos commercial? >> i saw that. we were in a media works space and i caught that one. >> you didn't miss too much. now you have bragging rights. i was on the field. >> could have been worse. you could have been on the caribbean cruise. >> we told you yesterday about the royal caribbean cruise ship. it was hit by rough waters after leaving its new jersey port on saturday. it was on a seven-day cruise to the bahamas. as it was making its way there, this huge storm hit it off the coast of south carolina. we're hearing from the incredible images. some of the damage on board, as well. anthem of the seas had about 6,000 passengers and crew on board. al, they reported waves as high hurricane-force winds. >> yeah. >> sometimes over 150 miles per hour. all of this was forecast though. >> it was. i know royal caribbean issued a
>> while the weather was unpleasant the ship remained seaworthy at all times. >> they claimed it wasn't forcastfor forecasted but it was. as of thursday, there were reports the forecast for the seas, 30 feet, winds minimum at 40 and 50 knots, about 57 miles per hour. that was thursday night. the forecast got worse in the next day or two. they had plenty of warning. they made a decision, i don't know if it was for money or what -- >> they thought they'd beat the storm. >> every day they're out of place, it costs them money. >> right. >> the fact is, they should have never done it. the forecast -- >> look at the flying furniture. the damage you see on board. and we have some passengers describing how it all went down. >> i'm sure there's going to be some sort of investigation. >> 30 foot waves, you know. it's like a 30 degree tilt. it was insane.
would roll out of bed if you didn't hang on. >> i realize it was really serious. i was sitting at ingting on the chair at the bar. four legs came up and i fell out of the chair, essentially. >> i love it, while the weather was unpleasant, the ship remained seaworthy. that's like saying, godzilla was a little bit of a lizard. come on. >> one of the passengers said the ship was almost at a 30 degree angle, with the waves. >> it probably felt like it. >> would you go on another cruise if you experienced something like that? >> i would have hard pressed to go back. but they are -- royal caribbean is offering passengers a full refund for this trip. also, 50% off of a future cruise, if they so dare or choose. i think there is going to certainly be an investigation
second place among republicans i don't see anybody getting out, but a lot of people who can make the case i should move on. last night, donald trump at the hockey arena had a huge rally, 3,000 or 4,000 people were there. what's getting attention is something he repeated from a woman in front of him. he highlighted it, he amplified it, he repeated it. talking about ted cruz. >> she just said a terrible thing. she just said -- shout it out, because i don't want to -- okay. you're not allowed to say -- i never expect to hear that from you again. she said -- i never expect to hear that from you again. she said he's a [ bleep ]. that's terrible. terrible. >> even by donald trump standards that was not a word he had not used in public -- >> has a presidential candidate ever used that -- >> i'm going to say no.
yesterday and last night. secondary clinton with maybe a little too much honesty. see what you think. >> sometimes when i'm on a stage like this, i wish we weren't married. then i could say what i really think. and i don't mean that in a negative way. >> so that was interesting also to see bill clinton on the campaign trail, guys, with his wife. this is the second day -- yesterday was the second day in the row that bill clinton is referred to the big dog in the world of politics going after bernie sanders in the very aggressive way. you heard him there say, i'm holding back really, because i want to say some other things. among the things he did actually say, accused bernie sanders's campaign of being sexist and also accused the campaign of being hypocrites regarding what sanders has posed. willie and i have been talking
the live free or die motto is something they take so seriously about 44% of the voters here are undeclared. between 4 to 5% of the people independent, but if you want to get a person from new hampshire riled up, just -- what is undeclared? no one owns me. you won't know my vote until i walk in and cast the vote. today, they will decide today. >> there's a famous line that new hampshirers use, i have mip my top three. and today it becomes the top one. voting returns are in from three up tos. dixville notch gets it going at midnight. and trump and kasich and cruz are tied with nine votes. >> incredible nine. >> and sanders leading clinton 16 to 7. this is a cool place to witness democracy. you get to go to the little vfw halls or little rallies like donald trump had. they interact and listen to the answers.
we become leading up to iowa and new hampshire and here we are. >> absolutely. guys, on a more honest and serious note, the only thing i really cared about as mr. democracy sits here, the best dunkin' donuts are in new hampshire. it's true. i already ate mine. >> they're different? >> they're different. >> al, you look so entertained. they are so tasty here. >> we don't have any. i feel left out. >> you go on the road and you never bring us food? how many times is on he on the road and we say, that looks good. >> you have been there so long, you could vote as a new hampshire resident. >> i have been here so long, i don't get on the scale. between the beef chili and doughnuts it's a good time for democracy. america.democracy. >> america. >> thanks, guys. you guys will have all the results for us, as well, on msnbc. >> boom. here we go.
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light snow showers there. heavy lake ef-effect snow around the great lakes. anywhere from 8 to 12 inches from erie, pennsylvania, to northeastern ohio. 2 to 4 inches in new york city. 1 to 3 in baltimore. to 12 in west virginia. that's what's going on around the countgoing on around the countgoing on around the countgoing on around the countgoing on around the countgoing on around the countgoing on around the countgoing on around west-southwest winds at 6-20. high just 41. gradual clearing tonight with low 20s. the mountains of north carolina continue under a winter weather advisory with more snow showers expected today throu
oh, you guys are liking us a lot. guys? >> we like it. thank you, al. coming up, are the foods in your fridge safe to eat? rossen is breaking down the sell by dates to keep you healthy and wasting hey, remember the game when i set the rookie passing record? i mean, you only mentioned what, 50 times... how about when i had three events in one night? well, i've been working on my new superhero move all day! we're non stop, we've gotta have our extra protein. oikos triple zero greek non fat yogurt has 15 grams of protein. zero added sugar, zero artificial sweetener and zero fat. and zero holding me back! oikos triple zero. be unstoppable.
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in 40% of our food supply ending up in the trash. >> astounding. today, jeff rossen did a little digging. he's got tips for us the next time we go grocery shopping. jeff, good morning. >> biggest fallacy. how often do you throw food out because you see -- i do it, too. >> my husband lives by the date. >> it has nothing to do with food safety. it is conjured up by the manufacture for peak freshness. it's about the taste of it all. >> you're in the dairy section and go for eggs. >> you see the date on the eggs. look at it and throw it out that date. eggs will last in your fridge and taste delicious and be safe for three to five weeks after you bought them. >> okay. >> three to five weeks, you're good with the eggs. what you should do with eggs -- you'll put it in the basket, al? taking it away? >> that's right. >> things are tough for al at home. >> there are times it goes past the date. how can you tell if it's fresh or not? >> this is a really cool trick. get a bowl of water.
if it drops to the bottom. that means, and this did -- if it sinks, you're good. >> probably needed a bigger bowl. >> sink is good. floating to the top is bad. >> what about cereals and crackers? >> good for 9 to 12 months opened r unor unopened. >> wait a minute. >> doesn't taste great. >> give me a big bowl of that. >> you're shopping at the "today" show. nothing to do with food safety. it's about peak freshness. >> containers are so big. i feel like i always throw them out. >> especially mayonnaise. the target thing in our head, we'll get sick from it. these are good a year and a half unopened. if you open them, mayonnaise, and i want to get this right, it'll last two to three months, even if it's opened.
>> do yachtnot throw it out based on the date. >> mustard would last longer? >> 8 to 12 months. >> you have to scrape off the crust. >> you can open this now and have it for your summer barbecue this summer. >> this is the one thing you need to pay attention to the date. >> the use by date on baby formula is the one date the fda regulates. there's a lot on the line with babies. this is only good on that day. it's good until that day. after that, it doesn't make your baby sick but it loses nutrition nutritional value. you think your baby is getting nutrients but the nutritional value falls after that date. >> the flavor is never there to begin with. >> you have baby formula? >> this has nothing to do with leftovers in the fridge. yours is an archaeological dig. >> my husband will not eat anything leftover. >> deborah is like you. refrigerator. >> just in case.
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circle and make it into a heart? >> pop it on top. frost it. you're good to go. >> done. gorgeous. let's talk chicken noodle soup with a little extra love in it. >> a little extra love. a lot of extra love because it's valentine's day. i'll let you do the honors. we've cooked lasagna noodles. cut out hearts, just like that. look at that. >> love that. >> add it right to your favorite recipe, chicken noodle soup. >> my kids would love this, too. >> great task for them, to do the cutouts. you have your chicken and hearts. adorable. >> flourless chocolate cake is a way to everyone's heart. >> super easy. we have melted chocolate with butter. put it in the microwave at 20-second intervals. i like semi-sweet chocolate.
spoon the batter into muffin pans. all you do is invert it. you'll have -- >> loosen it first. grease it up first. >> take a little section of sugar. >> don't mind if i do. you'll show us how to do a beautiful design on top of the hot chocolate or coffee. >> you take some whipped cream. i like a lot. >> mm-hmm. >> just like that. take a knife or spatula. smooth the surface. take these awesome stencils and powder it up. cinnamon. >> look at this gorgeous one.
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>> thanks so much, natalie. a look right now at what's going on in new hampshire for the vote, they'll have scattered snow showers. temperatures in the 20s all day. windchills what i be chillier, but weather should not be a problem. the rest of the country we are looking at snow showers making their way through the pacific northwest. i should say sunshine in the pacific northwest, gorgeous temperatures in the 60s. got the low clip their will bring lake-effect snow behind it. 88. our facebook.com/today's take, we're trying to get to 200,000 likes today. go to our page, you're registered for a chance to win a $200 pair of brooks running shoes. we're so close. shoes. we're so close. shoes. we're so close. shoes. we're so close. shoes. we're so close. shoes. weanderson will be partly cloudy, breezy and cold today. west-southwest winds at 6-20.
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we have tsr, gleek. this guy gives the best -- he's a genius. tattoos are so stupid. he's the one who did my colonel sanders. look at that, pretty epic. it sucks, i don't like it, dude. why would i do this to myself? i never want it on me. >> kyle, good morning. >> good morning. how are you? >> doing great. you're doing pretty good. first "zoo lander" comes out you're a teenager. did you ever think you'd if part of this group mixing it with hans -- >> hansel? no, it was super surreal. when i was in college we had the dvd. we -- there was this outrage with will ferrell where he's dressed unlike a baby girl and we'd watch it over and over again. >> how do you play your character across from will ferrell?
i try not to cry. i try to be as composed as possible. it's incredibly intimidating but there are -- they're all so rad. ease. little bit. ad libbed? >> yes and no. the script was already super funny, but ben was really cool about letting us kind of mess around. >> you have that awkward sense of humor in there. >> why do people say that? >> that a character? >> of course. i mean, i'm always keeping my cool. >> great answer. >> incredibly -- >> i'm the epitome of awkward. >> we embrace awkward around here. >> so that's what we built our program around. >> i think you're doing great. you're some of my biggest influences. >> wow. that's high praise.at's high praise. >> especially al, the king of awkward. >> i am. last weekend, larry david. this week, you have melissa mccarthy, kanye west. >> sure.
do you get star struck? >> i do. i mean, everybody is cool. you know what i mean? everybody is usually easy to work with. there hasn't been anybody that's been tough or difficult. this week is exciting though. with kanye on, i'm a big fan. i really wanted to get a photo with him at the 40th anniversary but i was too intimidated to ask. >> will you try this week? >> i want to free style battle him, i think. >> you're going right in? >> free style battle, wow. >> that's very gutsy. >> it is. >> good luck. >> can i ask you a quick question? is it true you have 800 vhs tapes at home? >> i have a lot of videos at my house. >> why? >> look how nice they look an the rack. >> i took that photo yesterday, and i think the composition is pretty good. >> do you have a vcr? >> no. that's the thing, i can't play them.
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>> thee yo roso rossi, good morning. >> thank you for having me. >> you haven't been here since "sons of anarchy," the series finale. >> yeah. >> does that follow you everywhere you go? are you happy to take a new turn? >> as "sons" has the great estefan base, so the reaper, juice, it'll never go away. you know, it's afforded me the right to come and do these other things, which i'm excited about, that are cominin up. >> "bad hurt" is a passion project of yours. you also produce it. you see yourself doing more of that? >> um, you know, i'm really excited for this to come out and put it out to the world. two years ago, almost this week, we'd just started filming in the second worst snowstorm in new york history in staten island, in the hometown i grew up in. i recently moved back to. yeah, it's amazing. producing and acting. producing has made me a million times better actor in every way.
>> actors, they're a pain sometimes. you know, they are. >> you're less demanding now as an actor? >> i don't neeee anything on set. you want coffee? no, let's just shoot. >> i don't need a trailer. >> your new role as dad, your son, cain alexander, what a great name. >> thank you very much. >> he turned eight months yesterday. when he was born, i found out the reason why i was alive. it's like, you know, the second he came in, my whole life was in like a clear -- it was a fuzzy focus and then everything became clear. i knew exactly -- >> hearts just melted across america. >> i mean, i've never lived a day in my life without a dog. i have three huge dogs now, over 70 pounds, and he fit right into the pack. he crawls around the house,
>> you cuddling the dog and cain. >> my dogs howl at fire hydrants when we go by, and now he's starting to do it. >> here's a parenting tip, don't let him stick his head out the window. >> thank you. he goes for the water bowl, too, so i'll have to differentiate it. >> what's the differences between living in l.a. and staten island? >> staten island -- >> the staten island ferry is amazing. >> listen, i grew up in staten island and left when i was young. been back. we bought the house three years ago and really moved back after "sons" ended last year. staten island is the most unique place i've been in my life. the big difference is, you know, conceived in l.a. in new york, we execute them. >> boom. >> that's kind of the way it is. >> well said. >> being back here, it was like that hustle and that going.
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task is more than academic. it's a legacy. >> nick's concern last winter was the fact he hadn't made an impact. >> reporter: nick is 17-year-old nick. he likes working on cars and getting his hands doppler radarirty in shop. he wanted to help younger kids. >> i thought it was a great plan. it would make a lot of kids happy. it is hard to have cancer when you're a little kid. >> reporter: nick faced health challenges his entire life. first battling a brain tumor when he was 4. then growing up with leukemia. his parents, vince and christina, remember the years spent in and out of the pole. 24/7. if you have to get up to do anything, the pole goes with you. >> reporter: sitting was uncomfortable. it wasn't until nick saw a little girl having a hard time that he had his ah-ha moment. >> there was a little girl
tired. she'd tried to ride on her pole and it wasn't working. >> reporter: the hospital had one so-called lily pad. think of it like a skateboard that makes getting around easier. so nick told his folks he'd make new ones in wood shop, enough for every kid in the hospital. nick died before he could finish the job. losing his fight with cancer last february. >> no matter what he was doing, he always had a smile on his face. always helping people and looking out for others. even when it was the hardest time for him and other people could tell, he'd always make time for other people. >> reporter: to honor the spirit, nick's wood shop class came together to finish his lily pad project. a dozen kids up early on a saturday morning. the art design class joined in, painting each lily pad by hand. finally, delivering them to the place where nick spent too much time. >> the simple thing means the
that's what nick was really passionate about. >> reporter: passionate about helping kids like this leukemia. >> right now, she can't walk and can barely stand to support herself. around. each day, we basically make laps and laps around the corridors. she loves it. >> reporter: that was nick's plan, to help kids even when he couldn't be helped. >> i think it's fun. to see the kids ride them. wanted. he would have wanted to see all the kids, you know, out of bed, walking or riding the lily pad. >> it makes me so proud of nick. >> reporter: a teenager with a lasting legacy. no longer left to wonder about his impact. >> i kind of laugh. i want to go, nick, you were wrong. you made a big impact. but he's watching. he knows.
are the something is just fundamentally broken when african americans are more likely to be arrested by police, and sentenced to longer prison terms, for doing the same thing that whites do. ...when too many encounters with law enforcement end tragically. we need investments in education, health care and jobs, to counter generations of neglect. we have to face up to the hard truth of injustice and systemic racism.