Buying a gift for my Dad is a chore. He’s the man who doesn’t have lots of things and doesn’t want lots of things. And so he tends to end up with a belt as his Father’s Day gift or a flashlight for his birthday.
But even the most practical of Dads will find something to enjoy in this season’s Just-For-Dad Gift Box. With Father’s Day quickly approaching (June 17!), there is no reason to clutter Dad’s life with new slippers or another grill brush. Instead, why not fete the man who set up the tee-ball and took photos on the first day of school (and at tennis lessons and prom and graduation) with a selection of small batch goodies?
There are bitters for his cocktail and nuts to nibble at the same time. We’ve included a sweetly spicy mustard for that hotdog and burger you will grill up for Dad (as soon as you figure out how to fire up that darned thing) and some all-natural beef jerky for Dad to eat while he peers out the window watching you try. If you’re throwing lamb or beef on the grill in his honor, kick it up a notch with a coffee rub, also in the box. And to add a little warmth to his day, we’ve included hot honey and Mexican chocolate almonds.
Order now and this manly box of handmade food will arrive just in time for his big day. We’ve made a limited quantity of these specially crafted boxes, so grab yours before they’re gone.
P.S. — All the small batch goodies in this box are amazing but we have to mention that we’ve wanted to share Mike’s Hot Honey for several years — that’s how much we love it. We finally got a small batch for these gifts so don’t pass up the chance to taste the goodness that is hot honey. It’s perfect drizzled on a grilled pizza.
All photos styled and taken by Maggie Battista.
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