Tired of doing the same thing for Dad each and every year? Father’s Day gifts can become a bit redundant. If you really want to show Dad you love him, then you have to think outside the box. While Dad may be happy with another watch, there’s a very good chance your repeat gifts are less than thrilling.
If you’re stumped about what to give the man who has everything — or the man who doesn’t seem to need anything, we’ve got you covered. Try something new and plan an unforgettable experience. Get the kids and family involved. Have a bake-off, prepare an exquisite dinner with summer recipes, or plan a picnic in the park.
“Food is the common denominator that brings people together,” said James Beard. These simple but fun ideas will spice things up and provide plenty of food and drinks for the family.
If you decide to take Dad out to the ballgame, scratch the peanuts and Cracker Jack — opt for a cheeseburger and delicious loaded fries.
Have a little food under the sun. Take advantage of the summer weather and dine alfresco.