Fun Father’s Day Ideas for the Kitchen
Are you looking to make this Father’s day extra special for your Dad? There are many ways to make that very important person in our life feel appreciated, but in this article, we will focus on Dad’s love of food, and the time he gets to spend with their family in the kitchen. So without further ado, here are a few tips to make your Pop’s special day even more memorable!
Dad's Love Snacks
The very first thing you should do to make this Father’s day even more wonderful is to set out snacks. Dads are very busy, and it can be difficult to get them to relax and spend quality time with the family. However, like E.T., a Dad can be coerced to stay in one place by setting out food traps. This will depend on your personal Dad’s Preference, mine likes caramel corn and salted nuts, your’s might prefer Reese’s Pieces found on the floor. Snack bowls on the kitchen island are always a safe bet though.
Make Dad a Drink
If you really want to make your old man feel special and signal to him that today is a day for them to relax, nothing sends the message stronger than a handsome cocktail. Make sure to investigate your Dad’s favorite first though. Today your Dad want’s to feel like James Bond, so it really does matter if it’s shaken and not stirred!
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Dad's Love Musical Ambiance
Father’s Day is an exciting day for the whole family, but what Dad really wants and needs is a chance to relax and spend quality time with the family. What better way is there to get the day started than with a hearty breakfast accompanied with Pop’s favorite songs. If you can find songs that are special for you and your dad, think about including those. Growing up, I always listened to Pink Floyd with my Dad. What better way to get the family in the right mood than with some of Dad’s most favorite tunes. If it becomes an overly detailed music history lesson, then you are on the right track!
Don't leave Dad with the Cleanup
While the other tips were to help make the kitchen a Father’s Day blast, this final tip is just as important. Dad’s work hard to make their families feel safe and secure, and so Father’s day should be a chance for them to feel pampered also. This means that on Father’s Day, Dad shouldn’t have to lift a finger. No matter what surprise you cook up for him, make sure you don’t leave any mess for them to clean up later. This small detail will be one of the most appreciated by your Dad and will make your other thoughtful Father’s Day plans feel all the more caring.
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