Sep. 28, 2012 at 11:54 AM ET
Look, when you handle as many wine glasses as these ladies do, stuff is bound to get broken. It happens!
You just hope it doesn't happen in the food you're about to eat.
During a cooking segment featuring Paul Corsentino, the chef at New York's delicious The National accidentally smashed a glass of white burgundy on top of some scallops he was about to cook up for Kathie Lee and Hoda. (If you need to, observe a moment of silence for the white burgundy. It's OK to grieve.)
Our co-anchors were good sports, declaring that they didn't mind a little grit with their seafood. There were other, non-shard-filled scallops on hand, and they declared him an "excellent chef."
"I'm a little clumsy," he admitted.
But KLG just seemed relieved, gloating, "It wasn't me this time."
Julieanne Smolinski is a TODAY.com contributor and serial murderer of stemware.
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