Monday, June 17, 2013

Next Up: An Old Potato Recipe That Has Nothing To Do With Golf

I hope you all enjoyed as nice a Father’s Day weekend as I did. I got to take in a baseball game, fireworks, and golf with my father-in-law, Al, who shot a masterful 78 at the Wildhorse Golf Club

It was a lot of fun to watch, and I came in a very close second…with a score of 97. If you had any fears that I might quit doing this blog to compete on the senior golf tour, you can relax.

Anyway, I wish I could think of a clever way to segue from golf on Father’s Day to the next video, but I can’t (if we’d played “skins” during the round I would have had a better chance).  So, I’ll simply say, our new video features a very old recipe, Fondant Potatoes. Stay tuned!


Ruth person said...

Those look absolutely marvellous. I await this video with a worm on my breath.

Ruth from Ottawa Canada

Gretchen said...

"senior" golf tour, old recipe, I get it. No segue needed

Estoy_Listo said...

Baseball, fireworks, and golf...some weekend.

Steve Kennedy said...

Might have to try these with the Patatas Bravas sauce. I keep some of that in fridge, it is good on everything, even a spoon.

Anonymous said...

Chef John,

You should try making arepas with cabbage, shrimp, and mayo/garlic sauce.. it is so good!

Unknown said...

I made these last night and they were marvelous!!