An Easy Father’s Day Menu + You’re Invited to a Live Stream Cooking Class
What month is it? Funny how that feeling hasn’t gone away just yet. One thing I do know is that Father’s Day is this weekend and you may need some grilling inspiration! We’ve put together a delicious Father’s Day menu so you can pamper dad, plus a few grilling-related gifts to send his way.
Also! If you’re looking for a super fun and interactive way to celebrate with your dad, sign him up for my live stream cooking class this Friday! You can hop on the class together, or sign in from different parts of the country and chat with each other while you’re cooking along. My regular in-person classes are $125 per person, so a $25 live stream class is a steal! The Summer Cocktails & Appetizers Class includes:
+ Sbagliatos (Negronis with Prosecco instead of gin — my summer favorite!)
+ Tomato Confit and Baked Feta
+ Cauliflower Hummus
+ Mediterranean Seven Layer Dip
Hope to see you (and maybe your dad) there!
Here’s What to Cook for Dad!
Gifts Dads Love
The Dickey Smoker — we used the pecan wood pellets to cold smoke spatchcocked chicken on the grill last night and it was fall-off-the-bone tender! Here’s a video of our friend Victor who invented the Dickey Smoker. But I promise I wouldn’t recommend it if we didn’t love the results!
Dudes love to sous vide. It creates super tender meat, and it’s a gadget that keeps them busy! Two in one!
Does your dad love to cook? What about a beautiful Miyabi chef’s knife. I have this exact one, it’s super sharp and super beautiful. Throw in a Smart in the Kitchen gift card and call it a day! Your dad can set up a private live stream cooking class for his cronies. Happiness all around.
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