Father's Day gifts for foodies
By Carla Snuggs
Is dad a food enthusiast or does he love to grill? Posh Beauty Blog has discovered a few Posh items that foodie dads will love! This Father's Day gift guide is especially for dads who enjoy eating and crafting culinary delights. It’s Posh Beauty Blog's Father’s Day Gift Guide – Foodie Edition!
Foodie dads will love Wine Jellies from Tart Bites. To make these delectable jellies. Tart Bites uses the inherent flavor profiles in the wine and enhance them through the jelly creation process that result in unique batches of Spiced Port, Cabernet, Shiraz, Kir Royale and custom wine jellies. Wine Jellies are currently available in four flavors: Spiced Port Jelly, Cabernet Jelly, Shiraz Jelly and Kir Royale Jelly ($8.95, Available in store (in Los Angeles) or at Tartbites.com).
The Smoking Gun
Dad can quickly and effortlessly infuse his favorite foods and drinks with natural smoky flavors with this gizmo! He’ll enjoy adding a smoky flavors (such as such as applewood or hickory) to foods before or after cooking without the extra heat ($99, Williams-Sonoma.com).
Craft Beer Club
Craft beer is extremely popular right now! The Craft Beer Club discovers exceptional craft brews from around the country and delivers them each month direct-to-you or your gift recipient. For $39 per month, dad will enjoy 12 Beers per shipment, and bonus gifts with subscription: a craft beer bottle opener, an assortment of craft peanuts, and craft beer tasting glasses. Learn more here: CraftBeerClub.com
Coleman Road Trip NXT 300
The grilling guru will want to make his famous barbeque on the Coleman RoadTrip NXT 300 This grill allows dad to easily switch between stove, grill and griddle with Electric Instastart™ Ignition technology, making matchless lighting quick and easy ($249.99, Sportchalet.com).
The Original Bacon Kit
Who doesn’t love bacon? If dad takes his bacon seriously, he can take it to the next level with this bacon curing kit. Simply grab a five-pound pork belly and add the meat, cure and maple sugar to the brining bag, refrigerate, and within days dad will be cooking up his own homemade bacon. The kit includes a curing bag, thermometer, cure, maple sugar, and instruction sheet ($49.99, Creativekitchenonline.com)
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