Tuesday, March 31, 2009

Spring Train-ing 2009

Here is a quickly edited presentation of highlights from my recently concluded trip down to Arizona for spring training. If you are a real glutton for travel photos, I've uploaded the full set which you can see by following this link.

I'm heading into the kitchen to work on what I hope is a stunning spring vegetable pasta. I should have it up tomorrow. Enjoy!


Music credit: Long Train Runnin' by The Doobie Brothers

10 comments:

Andy - UK said...

Lovely views from that final train journey. Looks like you guys had fun.

New to the site, been viewing it the past week or so, absolutley love it.

Looking forward to that breakfast!!

Keep up the good work!

Anonymous said...

Very nice presentation. The photos you took were excellent and I like your pick for the background music :). Looks like you had a blast and found some neat new recipes along the way. Keep up the good work!

PeggyO said...

Sweeeeet! Loved the photos, music and the commentary! Great job putting it together.
Thanks for sharing!

Jim said...

Philippes has been a favorite for generations. Their claim to fame is to have originated the beef dip sandwich. Always worth a stop.

But then so is Olvera Street. The carnitas looked great!

http://www.philippes.com/

Sky Peace said...

Oh my God, Philippes has the best mustard! I always buy a lot of it whenever I go to Los Angeles.

PrimeBrit said...

Why do people feed each other? My Mom had a boyfriend who did this, but he was heavy handed. Instead of delicately placing an amuse busche he almost 'force fed' my poor Mother. Not a pretty site! It didn't last and I am not sure if the latter was the reason for the demise?

You are entertaining Chef, and boy do I look forward to your video's!

dan said...

Chef John,

Looks like a fun trip. Baseball food and nice weather, it doesn't get any better.

Regarding the chilaquiles, I have made them based on a recipe by Daisy Martinez and they are awesome. I'm looking forward to your version. It's funny because I was thinking that it was about time for another batch.....

Anonymous said...

Loved the short trip-clip.
Now I SO want to do that trip! And I am not even that big a baseball fan.
Luisa Vacaville

Chef John said...

its a lot of fun!

Mikael said...

Oh! I saw you went to Chandler, AZ. You didn't stop at "Heart attack grill" then? :D, its a hoot! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zbKRSYAuSNg

That is some real lean cuisine :)

Kind regards from Sweden!