Great Gifts for Dad

June 14, 2016 | By | Comments (1)

Father’s Day is just around the corner. Haven’t picked something up yet for your dad who’s always in the kitchen? Well we’ve got you covered with ten gift suggestions that are sure to thrill his inner foodie:

For the dad who loves whipping up brunch for the whole family: Mauviel M’steel Crepe Pan ($25)
Made of high density black steel, this crepe pan is naturally non-stick and a great heat conductor, while still being significantly lighter than cast iron. When not making piles of crepes, it’s a great choice for searing foods.


Image source: Mauviel

For the dad who goes off-road: Igloo Trailmate Cooler ($300)
Touted as an “all terrain cooler,” the Trailmate has a tough build suited for trips everywhere from the beach to the woods. A built-in fold out table with cup holders also makes prepping and serving food an easy task.


Image source: Igloo

For the dad who is a craft beer connoisseur: 12 Piece Oregon Craft Brewers Truffle Collection ($30)
Why just drink beer when you can eat it, too? Inspired by the designs and tastes of Oregon’s craft brewers, this Truffle Collection features signature chocolates in the flavors of Wheat, Brown, Porter, and IPA. Sure to be a favorite for any beer or chocolate lover.


Image source: Moonstruck Chocolate

For the dad who seriously loves his steaks: Wüsthof Epicure 4-Piece Steak Knife Set ($349.95)
Made specifically to cut meat without shredding, this 4-Piece Steak Knife Set is a steak-lover’s dream. With a ceramic-coated blade to prevent sticking and wide curved design to enhance comfort, it will give you the perfect cut every time.


Image source: Sur La Table

For the dad who brunches away the weekend: Oster Electric Griddle with Warming Tray ($40)
Here with a solution to the cold pancake crisis is the Electric Griddle with Warming Tray! With a non-stick durable surface and energy efficient design, it’s an easy-to-use product that will make sure everyone’s breakfast is hot and ready at the same time.

1606w-oster-electric-griddle-warming-trayImage source: Target

For the dad with awesome knife skills: Shun Kanso Asian Utility Knife, 7″ ($140)
Handcrafted in Japan, this Asian Utility Knife was designed to be a simplistic zen-inspired addition to dad’s kitchen. Perfect balance between the handle, made of the same dark tagayasan wood used in the swords of ancient samurais, and the vanadium stainless steel blade make it a precise choice for dads who are serious about their knife block.


Image source: Williams-Sonoma


For the dad who loves artisan food, but doesn’t want to shop for it: Mantry ($49 every two months)
Mantry is the ultimate food-lover subscription service geared towards men. Every two months, subscribers receive a wooden crate on their doorstop full of six full-size (!) artisan food products from around the U.S. Each box has a theme and is full of fun editorial stories and recipes to go along with the items.


Image source: Mantry

For the dad who can’t get enough kebabs: Sur La Table Stainless-Steel Skewers ($8/set of 6)
Forget those pesky wooden kebabs that need soaking, these Stainless-Steel Skewers are ready to go when you are. Easy to turn handles make it simple cooking for satays, grilled kebabs, and more.


Image source: Sur La Table

For the dad who is a jet-setter: Carry on Cocktail Kit – The Bloody Mary ($24)
Complete with a tin carrying case, Bloody Mary mix, rimming salt, and pickles, this Cocktail Kit has everything dad needs for an easy flight. A touch of class is added with the inclusion of a linen coaster and bar spoon. He can order the accompanying liquor when he’s on the plane, and dad’s next flight is sure to sail on by.


Image source: W&P Design

For the dad who grills on-the-go: All Clad Stainless Steel 4-Piece BBQ Tool Set with Case ($144)
Shiny and new, two of our favorite things! For the grill master who can’t get enough tools, this lifetime warranty BBQ Tool Set is a great choice. It’s complete with a carrying case to easily grab-and-go for grilling at parties or the park, taking the hassle out of grilling away from your backyard.


Image source: Bloomingdale’s

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  1. Gavin

    my name is gavin hall and i like to give my dad bath toys, he loves them and so do i

    June 14, 2016 at 9:52 pm

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