If your old man is a meat-and-potatoes kind of guy, know that preparing his ideal meal is quite the attainable dream to achieve. All you need is a hot grill, a beautiful cut of beef, bison, lamb, or veal, and a few potatoes. Cream, cheese, herbs, and spices can help too, of course.
If one puff pastry dish isn’t enough for you this Father’s Day, this dish is a perfect pairing. With a pretty appearance and mildly nutty taste, this dish is a unique way to serve potatoes as a side or appetizer.
Beer is a wonderful tenderizer for red meat, and this recipe recommends a dark brew, which can add chocolatey or smoky notes to the meat. And is there any more fitting thing to thing to flavor your old man's steak with than some beer than some beer? We don’t think so.
This potato dish has the three big Bs: beer, bacon, and Brussels sprouts. It’s crunchy, smoky, salty, and stunning.
Filet mignon is the king of beef. It’s so tender on its own, you don’t need much to add flavor, but since we’re of the opinion that bacon makes everything better, this recipe adds just that.
If your dad is a simple kind of guy, don’t go too adventurous on this holiday. Stick to a classic, creamy mashed potatoes. This dish can easily become your go-to potato recipe.
Slowly roasting a whole leg of lamb over charcoal and mesquite wood chips adds so much moisture and smoky flavor to this beautiful cut of meat, no dad will be able to resist.
For a slight Asian twist on the classic, creamy mashed potato, try this scallion garlic oil-infused recipe. The extra kick will make you see this comfort food in a whole new light.
Dad will appreciate the simplicity of this grilled steak, which allows the hearty, man-friendly porterhouse to shine. Simple salt, pepper, oil, and a hot grill is all you need.
Simple scalloped potatoes are savory and buttery and have a texture that is unmatched. This is a simple-to-make side that can pair well with anything.
Skirt steak is a wonderful red meat, because it’s flavorful, quick to cook, and budget-friendly. With a roasted red pepper chimichurri, this steak adds plenty of bold, spicy notes for the hothead dad.
These glorified baked potatoes have crosswise slits in them, so all of that golden crispiness is evenly distributed. They’re a simple yet filling compliment to beef that anyone can prepare.
These braised beef shortribs are cooked slowly with soy sauce, cinnamon, ginger, and other aromatics, so it is just jam-packed with sweet and salty flavor.
If you’re looking for an ultimate comfort food that can be made on the grill, then this is it. This charred scalloped potatoes-inspired dish is like grilled cheese and roasted potatoes all in one.
A well-marbled rib-eye is so rich and flavorful on its own that it requires nothing more than salt, pepper, and fire. Beautifully seared and cooked to medium-rare, nothing says “Happy Father’s Day” like this dish.
The richness and beautiful orange color of a mashed butternut squash is the perfect flavor and presentation compliment to a classic roasted garlic mashed potato.
A marinade of red wine, lemon, garlic, and rosemary works for any cut of steak. The citrus helps to tenderize the beef, while the aromatics add beautiful herbaceous notes.
Father’s Day falls right at the start of summertime, so it’s officially grilling season. For a Father’s Day picnic or a simple cookout, this classic potato salad is sure to stand out.
If you’ve never cooked veal before, this lovely, simple method adapted from Julia Child’s cookbook is a perfect place to start. The braised juices will go flawlessly with a bed of potatoes for dear ol’ dad.
These no-fuss sweet and smoky potatoes are guaranteed to satisfy even the fussiest dads and children this Father’s Day.