- Posted February 25, 2013 by
For the man of the house, create a memorable, home-cooked meal on Father’s Day.
Give him a cold beer as the rest of the family putters around in the kitchen’s chefs recipes for a special spread of lunch or dinner. When planning how you want to celebrate Father’s Day, consider if you prefer a sit-down meal or a less formal outdoor barbecue. If it’s just you and your small family, a sit-down meal would be less stressful.
But if you’re inviting friends and relatives, an all-out barbecue would been joyed by everyone. Get family members to help in preparation and clean up so the task at hand would be easier. Go with a theme that reflects your father’s hobbies, favorite sports like the Super Bowl, and personality. Let the decorations reflect the theme as well. But take more time in your food preparations to ensure that Father’s Day will be filled with good conversation and laughter to the family and guests.
Plan the menu according to your father’s favourite videos for cooking recipes, food or ingredient. If he likes fancy stuff like truffle oil, make sure you drizzle some in one of your dishes.Meat and potatoes guy? A robust roast with garlic mashed potato would appeal to his heart. If he’s a grill master, impress him with a perfectly grilled steak and sausages, accompanied by a variety of side dishes like vegetable salads, corn on the cob, pasta, and more. When cooking for Father’s Day, remember to go for recipes with a lot of punch in terms of flavor. Make use of fresh herbs, spices, and definitely chilli peppers and Tabasco sauce in your cooking. Get fresh meats and poultry from your local butcher to ensure quality. Include something healthy like salads or fresh fruits so your father will have a heart-healthy choice too. And for dessert, capture his heart and stomach with an apple pie a la mode or perhaps an old-fashioned cake that grandma used to make. He’ll thank you for it.