James, 48, was on hand to host another edition of his Saturday Morning cookery show and was joined via video link by his friend and businessman, Wilfred Emmanuel-Jones, 62. The pair spoke about a number of topics, including the sausage dish the ITV chef was making whilst speaking to his guest and his new book which is soon to hit shelves. However, towards the end of the interview, the culinary genius made a quip about the MBE recipient and this led the latter to reprimand the restaurateur.
As the founder of The Black Farmer range of food products, Wilfred was explaining to James the sausages he was using from his business were only put into production a couple of weeks ago.
Discussing the jerk sausage in greater depth, the guest said they were perfect for this time of the year as autumn dawns.
Referring to the weather situation where he was speaking from and why the sausages would be perfect to eat for such an occasion, the farmer said: “It’s pouring with rain at the moment and it’s a bit chilly.
Making a jibe about why the businessman wasn’t working, James joked: “Is that why you’re inside and not on the farm, then?”
“Exactly,” the chef’s friend agreed before he then gave his interviewer a telling off by saying: “I’m a gentleman farmer James, for God’s sake.”
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James Martin issued warning after ITV chef 'told off' by disappointed guest: 'God's sake' (Image: ITV)
James Martin was told off by friend Wilfred Emmanuel-Jones (Image: ITV)
Having spoken about the chef’s latest publication, the guest then issued a warning to James as he said: “And James, make sure I’m in that book.
“Because I’ll be bitterly