Father’s Day is fast approaching and as usual, we get the famous answer: “I do not need a thing” from the dad in our lives. Dads seem to be the hardest to shop for, therefore to help you out a bit I sent out a few surveys to gentleman friends of mine and asked them point-blank what they, as a man, loved as a Father’s Day present.
Loved all the suggestions, from sunglasses, kitchen tools, to the new TV. However, all the fathers had one present in common.
The most sought out gift was a personal handwritten card by their children. Fathers of small children loved and still do love, the handmade cards. They radiated with happiness to receive them. On the other hand, clothing was high on the list.
Notes on hand, this year let me suggest treating the dad in your life to some fun treats and treasures for both the kitchen, the home, and some fun outdoor activities.
From the dad that loves to experiment in the kitchen, or for your cook and grill master, here are a few ideas for him:
Le Creuset Bistro Grill to enjoy delicious grilled meat and veggies. This grill works great and your barbecue.
Rosewood BBQ Tool Set of 3. Rosewood handles slowly conduct heat and of durable stainless construction.
Philips Smoke-Less Grill. Portable electric grill perfect for quick weeknight meal.
GEFU BBQ Apron. This heavy duty apron keeps free from splashes, stains. The perfect grilling companion.
Yeti Rambler 30oz Tumbler. Available in do many different colors keeps your drink hot or cold longer.
The great outdoor is calling
High Camp Flasks Firelight Flask holds either a half or a full bottle of liquor or wine. Play bartender while being in the open air.
Reclining Camping Chair heavy duty stable frame that is solid and strong.
Camping Table folding table with folds in half and opens up flat. Cup holders to securely hold your drinks.