This Sunday, Dads all over will be celebrating another year of their fatherhood, and the lucky ones will be greeted with kind cards, big BBQ dinners and perhaps a gift or two from their loved ones. While it's never too late to thank the Dad in your life with verbal recognition, it's always nice to give him a little token gift of your appreciation. Below are a few suggestions that will keep your father, or your child's father, fit for another year.
KYOCERA Damascus-look Knives - Dads like sharp things, so why not make him feel like a "top chef" by bestowing him a new kitchen blade ($100-$300).
ThermoWorks Digital Meat Thermometer - Help him gauge his "hotness" with a digital food thermometer, which is also great for preventing a too-well-done dinner (prices vary).
Zojirushi 5.5 cup Rice Cooker/Warmer - Makes things "steamy" with an automatic rice cooker. No one wants rice that's too hard or too soft ($134).
Coleman Classic Cooler, Steel 54-qt. - Nothing says "retro man" like toting a steel cooler for silver cans of tasty suds. This will keep your Dad "cool" under all circumstances ($100-$200).
Amphipod RunLite AirStream Trail - You can give your man one fast fanny…pack with this racing belt + snap flasks ($50).
Deni 3500 800-watt Professional Grade Meat Grinder - Want to create a little "bump ‘n grind" in the kitchen? Just equip the Dad in your life with this powerful meat grinder ($100).
LightMyFire Spork - Let no man be hungry with this ultimate eating tool - the Spork! From stabbing veggies to ladling low-fat chowders, the Spork is all that and more ($3-$20).
From the MyNetDiary team, have a happy and healthy Father's Day celebration this weekend!
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