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  KLG, Hoda square off in PB&J showdown

Study: Women have evolved to want funny men

  TODAY’s Al Roker and Natalie Morales, along with guest anchor Carson Daly, chat about the hot topics of the day, including a new study that shows women use a man’s ability to make them laugh as a way to judge his suitability as a partner and potential father.

Feast on super sea bass, sesame veggies

  Kim Kushner, author of the cookbook “Modern Menu,” prepares a Mediterranean-style sea bass dish along with sesame vegetables and scrumptious dark chocolate cake.

Mini-cow born at Roy farm looks like panda bear

John Bartheld has been breeding miniature cows on his farm for seven years, hoping to recreate black and white markings in the pattern of a panda to make a "panda cow." Full story

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Annette Funicello's career, from Mouseketeer to pop songs and peanut butter

U.S. indicts peanut processors in 2009 salmonella outbreak

U.S. indicts peanut company officials in 2009 salmonella outbreak

Another example of how ‘big government’ saves lives

Peanut Butter's Checkered Food Safety History

Allergy-sniffing dogs keep kids safe

Peanut-tainted blood triggers allergic reaction

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  Made in the USA: 11 fun items produced in America

In honor of Independence Day, Clint Carter of Men’s Health magazine shares some items for your closet, your yard and your kid that all support companies that have made a commitment to make products in the United States.

  Hoda: I need conversation at the OB/GYN

TODAY’s Kathie Lee Gifford and Hoda Kotb discuss their preferences about gynecologists and debate whether having a hot doctor would be awesome or awkward. On an unrelated note, they describe their ideal man.

  The Peanuts gang become high art in Louvre exhibit

After befriending Peanuts creator Charles Schulz in 1980, Calif. artist Tom Everhart, with Schulz’s encouragement, began to explore the comic strip on canvas. The Louvre took notice and his work can now be seen in the iconic museum. NBC’s Jamie Gangel reports.

  KLG, Hoda are feeling ‘genteel’ in Charleston

Kathie Lee and Hoda get a tour of the beautiful streets and homes of Charleston, S.C., by horse-drawn carriage. They visit the City Market and show off their stylish outfits and headgear.

  5 kids make nutty peanut butter sandwiches

TODAY’s Hoda Kotb and guest co-host Molly Ringwald test five kids’ creative peanut butter sandwich creations, whose ingredients include everything from graham crackers to pears.

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