Priceless! Holiday cooking segment goes hilariously wrong

A Canadian TV personality put the “choke” in her artichoke dip, and the taste test made for a hilarious video segment.

Leslie Horton, a reporter with Canada’s “Global News Calgary” morning show, prepared a Christmas artichoke dip for her colleagues. Horton admitted that she had improvised the recipe because she didn’t have a few of the ingredients at home.

The unappetizing gruel, which looked like green vomit, didn’t smell right to anchor Amber Schinkel.

“It smells like vinegar,” Schinkel remarked. But Horton said there was no vinegar in her dip.

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Watch what happens when meteorologist Jordan Witzel took a bite.

“It burns!” Schinkel said, as she tried to contain her laughter.

Not surprisingly, the reaction on Twitter was amusing.

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