Gordon Ramsay drove James Corden and house band leader Reggie Watts to the airport in a hilarious The Late Late Show skit.
The 50-year-old TV chef had a go at the former Gavin and Stacey actor after he began suggesting his cooking rival Jamie Oliver's restaurants.
The two British chefs have been the Rock and Stone Cold of the cooking world since 2009 when Jamie defended an Australian journalist whose physical appearance was criticised by Gordon.
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Reggie asked: "Hey Gordon, any restaurants you recommend inside of London?"
James answered with: "Oh yes, there's some great ones like Jamie Oliver, that Jamie Oliver's Barbecoa."
Corden and Watts also did the famous claps from the theme song to Friends.
"Does it help if it's closer to your face?," James joked, leaning over the front seat. He then gave Ramsay a clue: "The English version of the show is called 'Mates'."
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"What is wrong with you two?" Ramsay replied.
Ramsay got the two to the airport, where they'll be flying to London for a series of shows.
It comes after Scottish-born chef given viewers an insight into how to achieve the perfect burger on Good Morning America.
Apparently, the first step is to prepare the meat patties, which should be done the night before to prevent them from breaking apart under heat. Take them out of the fridge on BBQ day and let them sit for a bit, then season with salt, pepper and a bit of oil.
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Ramsay also said the grill needs to be piping hot before you chuck the patties on, and advises us to move them as little as possible once they're there. Keep the lid down once the meat is on to keep the heat circulating, and to prevent the bottoms from sticking to the grill.
Make sure you toast the buns to prevent them from becoming soggy from any condiments and to hold the burger together once it's complete.
You can add a bit of seasoning on the buns, as well as the grilled onions, before throwing them on the grill. Gordon said he prefers caramelised onions to the raw type - they're less acidic and won't dominate the flavour of the whole meal.
Then all you have to do is chuck it all together - add a bit of mayo - and the jobs a good'un. Let's be honest, that shit sounds and looks delicious.
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Topics: James Corden, Gordon Ramsay