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The way to your dad's heart is undeniable: burgers, seafood, veggies and dessert on the barbie
Everyone knows the way to a man’s heart is through his stomach, so show Dad how special he is to you this Father’s Day by making his favourite meal with his favourite cooking tool: the BBQ.
From burgers to seafood to greens and dessert, these recipes will cover your grill in tasty goodness.
It isn’t a summer barbecue without burgers, but you can add a little flare to an old standard with these creative variations.
A Tropical Tang: These grilled chicken burgers with mozzarella cheese are given a burst of flavour with pineapple on top.
Gourmet Veggie Burgers: Whoever said vegan food is bland has obviously never tried these gourmet vegan veggie burgers. They’re full of vitamins and fibre, not to mention low in fat.
Teriyaki Turkey: Don’t think chicken is your only red meat alternative. These teriyaki turkey burgers are a lean and juicy option.
If meat is the menu staple in your family, fire it up with these tasty options.
Orange-mustard Drumsticks: These drumsticks are glazed with an orange-mustard sauce and are perfect for chilling and taking on a Father’s Day picnic or beach trip.
Perfect Pork: Pork fanatics should try this grilled chili-lime pork tenderloin to spice up the menu. Or try marinated grilled pork and eggplant for a sweeter dish.
Lamb Kabobs: If you’re hosting a large gathering this Father’s Day, then these Moroccan lamb kabobs are sure to add substance to the sizzle.
Surf and turf have always been fast friends, so let Dad choose his BBQ besties from among these options.
Prawns: These jerked prawns are delicious when grilled, allowing the various spices to come to life.
Scallops: Add a little sophistication to your BBQ with these grilled scallops, perfect for pairing with a warm salad or main course.
Calamari: Go Greek and grill up some calamari. This grilled calamari is marinated in a spicy tomato sauce for a real flavour kick.
Meat is great but Dad needs his veggies, too. He won’t turn up his nose at these fancy field foods.
Gourmet Zucchini: Simple and delicious, grilled zucchini is a perfect side to any summer meal.
Radicchio: Try something new and grill up some radicchio for a tasty summer salad.
Veggies and Herbs: This recipe brings all the vegetables together, combining eggplant, zucchini and bell peppers. Sprinkled with herbs, these grilled vegetables make for a great appetizer or side to an entrée.
Why stop grilling at dessert? Keep the BBQ going for these exquisiteBarbecued Peaches. Drizzled with caramel sauce, this warm dessert is a perfect ending to your Father’s Day feast.
Keep Dad grilling in style all summer with these little extras.
The Right Tools: This stainless steel barbecue tool set will help Dad cook just right all summer. And when not in use, this eight-piece set is stored in a monogramed case.
Late Night Dinners: No need to worry about the sun setting with a barbecue light and fan duo. Now Dad can grill whenever he likes and keep the smoke up and away from his face.
Real Men Cook: Esquire’s “Eat Like a Man” cookbook will ensure Dad dishes out delicious, and manly, meals this summer.
And it can’t hurt to remind dad about a few BBQ safety tips. Even if he thinks he doesn’t need them.