I have compiled a few of my favorite things that can double as Father’s Day gifts for all of the dads in your life.
Jake’s all time favorite meal that I make is homemade sausage and green pepper pizza on our Big Green Egg. I use Publix‘s pizza dough, because I’m far too lazy to try to recreate the wheel. Our favorite sauce is Dei Fratelli, found in (gasp!) a CAN near the pasta sauce, also found at Publix. If there is one thing I have learned from making pizza on our Big Green Egg, it is that you *must* have two essentials on hand: a pizza board and cornmeal. This lesson has been a painful one that involved many a smashed, hideously burned pizza. The cornmeal on the board allows the raw dough to slide off easily onto the preheated pizza stone in the egg.
Check out this personalized bamboo pizza board from Jane – on sale for a limited time for $17.28, including free shipping, and estimated to ship by June 5, just in time for Father’s Day.Was $39.99 – Now $17.28 – Personalized Bamboo Pizza Board | Free Shipping (5/21 to 5/23)
If you have never browsed The Grommet, you are in for a treat. Over the years we have purchased quite a few unique gifts from this innovative shop and not once have we been disappointed. The Grommet is my go to place for my most difficult people to shop for (looking at you, guys).
One of our recent favorite gifts is the Wooden Five-Layer Stadium Wall Art – at $59.99 with free shipping, it is a near perfect price point for even a more frugal Father’s Day. Check to see if they have your favorite college or professional team!
Last, but most definitely not least, is Goldbelly – the single best place to find the world’s greatest foods. So far we have tried edible cookie dough from beloved NYC staple, Cookie DŌ (skipping the 4+ hour line) and Killer Brownies from Dayton, Ohio. Both were excellent and honestly make me want to try out one of their many subscriptions, also a great option for gifting just about any of your foodie friends and relatives.
Whatever you decide to gift this Father’s Day, don’t wait until the last second and then buy anything on Amazon Prime with available next day delivery…that never happens here.
Huge faux pas.