Father's Day Foodie GiftsMacki West
Skip the tie and golf tees for Father’s Day this year and give him something he will really love and appreciate — foodie gifts! No matter your budget, we’ve got you covered. From homemade sauces and drinks to whiskey crates and olive tree adoptions, these gifts are bound to please all the dads in your life. Keep reading for ways to get him excited this Father’s Day…
Sriracha Salt 1 of 8Don't peek at this dad, because this is what we are getting you, you spicy and salty food loving guy! With only two ingredients, this recipe is so easy. Just mix together and let it dry!
Make your own Sriracha Salt
Manly Father’s Day Gift Ideas 2 of 8If you've got a meat and whiskey lover for a dad, try perfect gifts like a cleaver, a whiskey set, bacon of the month subscription, or a leather grilling apron.
Find the perfect Manly Father's Day Gift
Give The Gift of Beer 3 of 8For microbrewery lovers, there's nothing better than a subscription to a Beer of the Month club. Check out your local brewery for ideas and help finding the type for dad. Subscriptions usually require at least a 6 month commitment (but for some reason we don't think Dad will get tired of checking the mail every month!).
Find the perfect Beer of the month
Father’s Day Gift Giving on Auto Pilot 4 of 8A Dark & Stormy is the best way to keep your man happy. Warning — this could lead to other requests...
Make dad a Dark & Stormy
Adopt An Olive Tree 5 of 8This is what I got my dad last year and he loves it. Twice a year, the grove sends Dad 3-4 tins of cold press extra virgin olive oil from each tree. He's got plenty of olive oil to last all year and gets a kick out of going online to check out the Italian orchard where 'his' tree grows. He loves counting how many olives are on the tree!
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How To Make Your Own Dry Rub 6 of 8Make dad a big jar of great dry rub for all his grilling desires. This is a great rub, and the ingredients are simple enough that a trip to the store could be skipped. If you've got paprika, salt, pepper, garlic powder, onion powder, cayenne, brown sugar and celery salt, then you are good to go!
Make dad his own Dry Rub
Homemade BBQ Sauce 7 of 8While you're making the dry rub, you might as well make some BBQ sauce to go with it. Making homemade BBQ is very simple, and you're in control of the ingredients, so it's healthier too. You won't find any high fructose corn syrup in your homemade recipe. This molasses sauce is amazing with chicken!
Make dad his own BBQ Sauce
Sriracha Cookbook 8 of 8I purchased this Sriracha cookbook last year to go along with the Sriracha salt I made for my dad. This cookbook features recipes for every course: breakfast, lunch, dinner, sides, sauces and even dessert! Expect every dish to be on the spicy side, from burgers and eggs to cornbread and sorbet!
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