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  Feast on these scrumptious crab cakes

Hoda’s jaw-dropping dream date is…

  TODAY’s Sara Haines joins Fourth Hour fans at the NBC Experience store, helping them ask Kathie Lee and Hoda burning questions about their favorite summer treats and male stars.

How the Hairy-Chested 'Hoff' Crab Evolved

Yeti crabs don't comb their hair to look good — they do it because they're hungry. Full story

'Deadliest Catch' crew could lose a man

  The blue crab season is coming to an end on the next episode of "The Deadliest Catch," and the event could mark the end of the line for one deck hand on The Northwestern.

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  Meet some super cool sea animals

Brian Thill from the South Carolina Aquarium stops by the College of Charleston to show Kathie Lee and Hoda a few of the more than 5,000 sea animals at the aquarium, including a stingray, a horseshoe crab and an alligator.

  It’s a crab-off! San Fran vs. Baltimore tailgaters

Al Roker previews the tailgating traditions in San Francisco, where Dungeness crab reigns supreme, while Natalie chats with Ed Prutzer from Baltimore’s Rusty Scupper restaurant about Maryland’s crustacean of choice, the blue crab, which he uses in cheesy crab dip and crab cakes.

  Baltimore, San Fran mayors make Super Bowl bet

Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake of Baltimore enters into a little friendly competition with San Francisco Mayor Edwin Lee over the Super Bowl.

  Dinner tonight: How to make ‘proper’ crab cakes

Renowned food writer Tom Parker Bowles, son of Duchess Camilla Parker Bowles, shares his recipe for crab cakes, which is featured in his new cookbook, “Let’s Eat: Recipes from My Kitchen Notebook.”

  Curtis Stone cooks up Asian-style crabs

Celebrity chef Curtis Stone helps Kathie Lee celebrate her birthday by cooking up one of her favorite meals: delicious crab cakes with a banoffee pie for dessert.

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