The bbq has long been a source of pride for lots of dads. He's at his happiest when he's hosting family and friends in the backyard. And those grill marks are important to him, which means they're important to you, too. The Groupon Coupons team put together this list of Father's Day gift ideas that any grillmaster would be happy to unwrap this year.
A hardwood cutting board is a classic gift for any cook, but this maple version is extra-special because of the personalized grill design. Add in the handy juice well to catch any meat drippings and this is the perfect Father's Day gift.
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There are only a few things a grill-loving dad can never have enough of, and one of them is meat. Omaha Steaks offers tons of different combinations of burgers, hot dogs, steaks, sides, seafood, and more, which makes it easy to find the right package just for your dad.
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It can get pretty hot standing over the flames of grill outside, so keep your pop cool with an ice-cold drink. Stick these pint glasses in the freezer for a bit, and the innovative gel that is built into the glasses will keep your dad's favorite tipple cold for hours.
Some people think using a meat thermometer is cheating, but a perfectly cooked steak is worth it. This professional-grade model comes with preset temperatures for nine types of meat and their various doneness levels recommended by USDA.
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Not much goes better with a perfectly grilled steak than a glass of whiskey or bourbon. Which makes this gift perfect in two ways: it's the perfect sipping glass for a finger or two of your dad's favorite spirit and that pun is definitely dad approved.
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Meat always seems to be the star of the show on the grill, but it doesn't have to be. These mesh grill bags make it easier to keep smaller more delicate fare like veggies, tofu, or even fish on the slats instead of among the charcoal. Bonus, they're dishwasher safe for easy cleanup.
Aaron Franklin, of Franklin Barbecue in Austin, TX, called this cookbook "an amazing compendium of barbecue knowledge." It's filled with Meathead Goldwyn's tried-and-true tips for creating backyard masterpieces, from how to keep fish from sticking to grills to why you shouldn't waste beer on beer-can chicken. A must for dads who love to barbecue.