6 Ways Into Your Father's Heart
Show your love for dad in the kitchen this Father's Day
How do you show your appreciation on Father’s Day? Without the easy trip to the florist for a bouquet of flowers like we do on our mother’s national holiday, many of us are lead to scramble for gift ideas that include everything from dapper ties, nifty wine bottle openers and, of course, a good old fashioned cigar.
While these gifts will surely put a twinkle in your father's eye, what about sharing the love in the kitchen this Father's Day? Just as the old saying goes…the easiest way into a man’s heart is through is stomach, and gathering the family in the kitchen for a mouthwatering meal for dad is no exception. Whether you’re looking to wine and dine him with elegant lobster or simply please his manly taste buds with a hearty pulled pork sandwich, The Daily Meal has something for you to try. No matter how you cut it, your time and commitment to these recipes will certainly make a splash this Father’s Day.
“Now go to it, friends, and don’t blame me if it is not to your liking. For after all, the recipe is not mine. It is the national prize winner of the year and I happen to like it.”
- Cary Grant
"Children love helping to make these sausages. There are lots of variations that you can try, including sage and grated apple..."
- Clodagh McKenna
"A big pot of boiling lobsters always draws a crowd, and when I demoed this at SoBe, that was no exception. When you’re making..."
- Martha Stewart
"I always make a double batch of this pulled pork. The butt or shoulder roasts usually weigh about six pounds, so you can cook half now..."
- Megan and Jill Carle
"Fettuccine Alfredo is a classic pasta dish. I’ve converted it into a casserole and included chicken or turkey meat; it’s a great way..."
- Beatrice Ojakangas
"My devotion to banana splits knows no bounds. So why would I let the fact that I’m grilling."
- George Duran
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