Mom had her special day — now it’s time for dear old dad. Since Father’s Day falls closer to the summer, the heat can sometimes cloud our better judgement when picking out a gift. This often results in buying dad another terrible tie, or a power tool that he already has.
This year, give dad something he’ll really dig. Whether he’s a kitchen rockstar, or a cubicle captive — The Foodiggity Shop is here to help.
Knuckle Pounder Meat Tenderizer
Does dad like to beat his t-bones silly? Or, he just needs to flatten a few cutlets? The Knuckle Pounder Meat Tenderizer is here to help. Made from cast aluminum, the meat beater is the perfect gift for a carnivore dad. And you could reap the benefits of his meat beating at the next family BBQ. Win Win! $12 at The Foodiggity Shop.
Flipper Guitar Spatula
Remember that time you caught dad playing air guitar to the soft rock station? Or, maybe you have a cool dad that can actually shred? Either way, the Flipper Guitar Spatula is designed to look like dad’s axe — real or imaginary. And it will help make him a kitchen rockstar, one grilled cheese at a time. $12 at The Foodiggity Shop.
Dine Ink Pen Set
If dad’s a cubicle captive, and too lazy to walk to the office kitchen for utensils, The Dine Ink Pen Set is the solution. Fully-functional pens that double as cutlery, they’ll help dad multi-task when he can’t break for lunch. He might even be nice enough to bring his pen cutlery home, and leave them in the sink for mom to clean. $8 at The Foodiggity Shop.
Have An Ice Day
Let’s face it… you probably drove dad to drink, with all of your crying and wanting to go to college and stuff. So why not make his beverage as happy as possible? Have An Ice Day Ice Cubes will help lighten up dad’s drink. He might even crack a smile himself after another six glasses. $7 at The Foodiggity Shop.
Dad needs some torso coverage — especially since he still hasn’t lost the baby weight. So why shouldn’t he use a novelty food-related t-shirt to do so? Dad can express his proclivity for pork or condiments, or show off his love of fast food and trilogies. $14 each at The Foodiggity Shop.
The Obsessive Chef Cutting Board
If dad likes to cook, and doesn’t tolerate inaccurate brunoises, he might dig The Obsessive Chef Cutting Board. With measurement lines for every type of cut and angle, dad’s attempt at dinner will at least show-off some sick knife skills. $24 at The Foodiggity Shop.
These and more stuff for dad can be found at The Foodiggity Shop. And, use coupon code ‘dadrules’ and get 10%-off your entire cart.