Jamie Oliver (& Kids) Make A Christmas Tiramisu & It’s So Impossibly Cute You May Want To Vomit

Jamie Oliver (& Kids) Make A Christmas Tiramisu & It’s So Impossibly Cute You May Want To Vomit

The wonderful thing about Christmas is you get to do things that are completely unacceptable the rest of the year. Eat turkey, listen to Mariah Carey without abuse and get drunk and snog a colleague to name but a few.

And surely another guilty Christmas pleasure has to be watching geezer chef Jamie Oliver concoct something festive in his too-good-to-be-true kitchen.

Enter 2019’s video of Oliver and kids making a festive tiramisu and the English Chrissie classic, pigs in blankets (sausages wrapped in bacon).

The trailer also stars three of Oliver’s children – the impossibly cute River (aged three), Buddy (nine), and 10-year-old Petal.

According to Oliver the art to the Christmas lunch is: “My master plan is about getting organised, planning ahead and doing as much heavy lifting the day before, or even the day before that.”

Does the mere thought of Christmas fill you with a foreboding sense of dread? Feel even worse by watching the below:

 

 

 




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