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This Jamie Oliver spoof will make your day

Jamie Oliver has done quite a lot of things since he first shot into the culinary stratosphere as The Naked Chef. From sparking a nationwide debate about the wonders of healthy eating to being single-handedly responsible for the longevity of Toploader's entire career. He's one of the few television chefs out there who manages to turn absolutely everything he touches into gold.

A talent that we previously attributed to his highly refined catering skills, but it seems it might actually be down to something a little more mystical: His ability to harness the power of crystals.

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