SB 10.89.63

itīdṛśāny anekāni
 vīryāṇīha pradarśayan
bubhuje viṣayān grāmyān
 īje cāty-urjitair makhaiḥ
Word for word: 
iti — thus; īdṛśāni — like this; anekāni — many; vīryāṇi — feats of valor; iha — in this world; pradarśayan — exhibiting; bubhuje — (Lord Kṛṣṇa) enjoyed; viṣayān — objects of sense pleasure; grāmyān — ordinary; īje — He performed worship; ca — and; ati — extremely; urjitaiḥ — potent; makhaiḥ — with Vedic fire sacrifices.
Translation: 
Lord Kṛṣṇa exhibited many other, similar heroic pastimes in this world. He apparently enjoyed the pleasures of ordinary human life, and He performed greatly potent fire sacrifices.