Wednesday, June 4, 2014

Six tasty Father's Day gifts for foodie dads

If your dad is a foodie at heart, here are six great food related gifts to share with him this Father's Day! More suggestions to come as Father's Day gets closer.

This Father's Day get Dad something FUN & different: Draft Beer jelly beans from Jelly Belly!
1. Treat dear old dad to a truly unique gift courtesy of Jelly Belly-draft beer inspired jellybeans. Even if the thought makes your stomach churn, he will be sure to appreciate this novel and creative gift!


2. If your father is more of a coffee drinker than a beer drinker, check out Starbucks selections of gifts. You can choose from a variety of their delicious coffees and teas, brewing equipment, mugs and more to find just the right gift. Click on the following link: Father's Day Gift Ideas with Free Shipping on $50 orders or more! Use code FDAYFS. Valid 6/5 - 6/11/2014.









3. If your dad fancies himself a grillmaster (and what guy doesn't???), treat him to some of the most amazing barbecue sauce on the planet-Haks BBQ. The creator of the sauce-Sharone Hakman-was a participant on Master Chef and wowed the judges with his sauces, which became known as his "secret weapon".


4. If your dad enjoys spending time in the garden or regularly visits the local farmers market, Recipes from the Garden is a great book to surprise him with. It features 200 tempting recipes featuring fresh produce.

MrBeer Home Brewing Kits - Make a great gift!  Free shipping on select kits throught Christmas.
5. Does dad like to relax after a hard day of work with a cold beer? Tickle his fancy with a Mr. Beer home brewing kit. Right now, you can enjoy up to 40% off of select kits and some even come with free shipping. Cold beer for dad and more pennies in your pocket-it's the best of both worlds!



















6. Not sure exactly what to get for your pop? Visit Anna's Linens. Find thousands of bed & bath, kitchen & dining, and furniture & decor products to make your home gorgeous at Anna's Linens. Click Here! My personal favorite? The pilsners pictured above =)


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