Holiday Laughter: Artichoke Dip Goes Terribly Wrong For News Team

By December 21, 2016December 27th, 2016Free Hugs Blog

Global News host Leslie Horton shares her favorite dish to make at Christmas — but admits her recipe for the artichoke dip went “terribly wrong.”

Favorite quote: “I thought it smelled like a barn.”

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