The 9 best fathers day gifts 2021 for dads who love food


the 9 best fathers day gifts 2021 for dads who

They say the best Father’s Day gift is one that comes from the heart. Season tickets for the Knicks. But if your dad is less of a sports and more of a food type, we’re here to help. We have put together nine gift ideas that go beyond the bottle of Scotch or the Big Green Egg. Whether the father figure in your life likes to cook (see the box of sustainable sushi-quality fish) or just wants to look like someone who does (maybe a masculine leather apron?), We’ve got you covered. Read on for the best Father’s Day gifts for 2021.

For the dad who can’t resist a rib eye (or cauliflower steak)

For years the best present you could give my grandfather was a steak knife from the Outback Steakhouse. When he died he had place settings for twelve people. If your father appreciates a sturdy steak knife but you shy away from petty theft, grab a set of Misen. The Kickstarter-funded, direct-to-consumer kitchenware brand makes one of our most popular bread knives, and their serrated steak knives are just as sleek, sharp, and affordable. The handles are available in different colors, from old blue to sage green.

Four Misen steak knives on a colored background

For the dad who doesn’t let anyone else light the fire

Parenting is all about adaptability (we see you dads making it work in men’s rooms with no changing tables), as is the BioLite FirePit + that transforms from wood to charcoal and from a fire pit to a grill. Toast marshmallows over the open flames or pop them on the grate, load them with sambal chicken skewers and you have a backyard hibachi. While other fire pits will keep you warmer (that’s the solo stove), we love the FirePit + for its portability. At less than twenty pounds and with handles and folding legs, it’s perfect for car camping, tailgating, or après-ski in the parking lot.

BioLite Fire Pit Plus in black

Let it start with natural wine too. With MYSA’s Natural Wine Club, you can give Papa three, six or a dozen bottles of wine with little intervention monthly, bi-monthly or quarterly. Over the past few months there has been a choice from producers such as Swick, Meinklang and The Marigny and when you use code CLUB15 you get 15% off your first order. Fathers love good wine and value.

Natural and orange wine bottles and full glasses

MYSA Natural Wine Club subscription

For the dad who’d rather fish (but never catch anything)

Give your father the gift of not having to float in the fishing corridor and see if sustainably farmed salmon is a more responsible choice than ethically caught wild cod. PureFish’s Rainbow Box contains 16 servings of sushi-grade salmon, tuna, scallops, shrimp and more, all of which are flash frozen for maximum freshness and texture. Each serving is fully traceable; just scan the QR code to find out more about the fisherman or farmer behind fish.

Fish and seafood cuts in sustainable packaging

For the dad who loves his “mushrooms”

This Disco Fungi Cabana shirt from Brooklyn-based clothing brand Tombolo screams, “I may be a dad, but I still fuck with psychadelika.” Made from 100% organic cotton terry, this long-sleeved number is the perfect weight for summer evenings around the campfire or when the breeze comes up on the beach.

For the leather father (dy)

For dads who are grilling hard or just want to grill in the kitchen, consider a leather apron from the French-Canadian brand Simons. Made of slate gray suede or fawn leather, these aprons have plenty of pockets to store your phone and a thermapen. Complete the leather-on-leather look with an adorable oven mitt.

Leather apron with wooden spoon in the pocket

For the dad who needs a day of wellness

If your dad can’t come to Japan for a full-blown onsen experience, these Jinen Japanese hot spring bath salts are the next best thing. Scented with essential oils from Hinoki wood, this blend of baking soda and minerals from Mt. Yakedake, an active volcano in the northern Japanese Alps, will leave your father feeling silky smooth and refreshed.

Jinen bath salt and bar of soap

Japanese hot spring bath salts

For the dad with the stupidest jokes

Even if the dad character in your life has full barware and his own “ice cream program”, the chances are slim he has a bottle of corn liquor on his bar cart. Nixta licor de elote is made from nixtamalized heirloom cacahuazintle corn grown northwest of Mexico City. It tastes like the sweetest corn of August with a finish that can only be described as tortillas straight from the Komal. Combine a dash of whiskey and a few dashes of bitters for a summery take on an old fashioned one.

Nixta Licor de Elote with orange garnished glass

For the dad who composts and rides his bike everywhere and wants to tell you all about that podcast he heard on solar panels

For a Father’s Day gift that eco dad will love, consider this set of two Siafu Home drinking glasses made from recycled glass bottles and hand etched with a botanical motif by artisans in Kenya. The brand attaches great importance to the sustainable procurement of all materials, upcycling whenever possible, and at the same time preserves traditional East African handicrafts such as basket weaving, bead embroidery and horn carving.

Etched green drinking glasses with a floral design.

Maji etched drinking glasses

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Amanda Litchford

Making delicious meals and researching products has inspired me as a stay at home mom to start this website in helping out others who don’t have the time or expertise in the kitchen.

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