When Father’s Day was just about buying my dad something and a card, well, that was a piece of cake. Well, actually it was usually a pair of new socks.
But now that I am married with a child, Father’s Day takes on a whole new meaning. And let me just say—my husband is really not the easiest person to shop for. In fact I really rack my brain each year to get him something he will love, something that is meaningful and something he doesn’t already have.
But your search for the perfect gift shouldn’t be as trying as mine. So with the help of some other daddy food bloggers, I have put together a list of some Father’s Day suggestions for the foodie dad in your life. Got other ideas? Don’t forget to post below!
Grilling and grilling accessories is an obvious choice, says Yosef Silver of This American Bite. So he suggests the Big Green Egg Grill. You can also pick up the corresponding Big Green Egg Cookbook.
Dani Klein of YeahThatsKosher.com suggests a night out to a great steak place, and he even compiled a list of New York-area steak places. I know my husband enjoys a good night out with steak and scotch, so I that was also a great idea too.
For the Whiskey Lover
For the Caffeine Addict
For the Deli Lover
Indoor/Outdoor Stovetop Smoker
For the Beer Lover
Other Fun Gift Ideas
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