As you would imagine, two weeks road tripping through the United States involves a lot of food. Therefore, that would equal quite a few blog posts to document all the amazing (and not so amazing) food J and I consumed. And let’s not start on the margaritas!
I do have a lot of writing to do, but I don’t intend to blog each and every meal in a separate post, that would take too much time and in most cases would mean a post with two photos and a couple of sentences. Instead, what I intend to do is a post for each day, including what we ate and drank but also include information and pics on what we did that day. Some of the nicer meals will still have their own posts.
So, for now, enough talk, scroll down for a sneak peek of what we ate…
Lamb pie on a Qantas A380 (Business class).
Pork tacos at Villa Creek, Paso Robles, California.
Lemon profiteroles at Oenotri, Napa, California.
Breakfast in Yosemite.
Margaritas and snacks at the rooftop bar at La Fonda on the Plaza, Santa Fe, New Mexico.
Corn chips and salsa in Farmington, New Mexico.
Navajo fry bread in Monument Valley, Utah.
Ribs in Page, Arizona.
Apple on the edge of the grand Canyon.
Elk chilli at Bryce Canyon.
Bread at Twist by Pierre Gagnaire, Las Vegas.
Dessert martinis at Michael Mina, Las Vegas.
Poolside breakfast at the Mandarin Oriental, Las Vegas.
Wagyu gyoza at Sushi Royki, Las Vegas.
Patatas bravas at Bar Pintxos, Santa Monica, California.
Pre-flight Tattinger on a Qantas A380 (Business Class).