I think we can all agree that good food is the best gift. Whether you want to order dad a New York-style breakfast or help him chef it up in the kitchen, we’ve got you covered with the best food and cooking gifts for Father’s Day 2022.
We’ve fully jumped on board the backyard pizza party bandwagon. And after testing it out ourselves, we’re big fans of the Ooni Fyra outdoor pizza oven. It’s simple to use and makes great pizza in a matter of seconds. So, if your dad is looking to become a certified pizzaiolo himself, get him the Ooni Fyra 12.$349
Don’t let dad stain his favorite t-shirt when he’s manning the grill. Hedley & Bennet make some of the best aprons around and the rugged Denver apron is perfect for backyard BBQs or early morning breakfasts in the kitchen. Ample pockets, a durable construction, and lifetime guarantee make this a no-brainer Father’s Day gift.$85
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Sure your dad might be a die-hard charcoal grill guy. But, the convenience factor of the portable Weber Q gas grill is hard to argue against. Plan a picnic at the park or the beach and grill up some fresh veggies and burgers. This might be your dad’s new favorite piece of gear.$259
Every home cook needs a high-quality chef’s knife. Skip the cheap and unnecessary knife block with a handful of dull knives and get a beautiful Japanese blade. The Tojiro DP Gyutou is priced well and delivers beautiful, even slices every time. So if your dad is in the market for a new kitchen knife, just get this.$89
What kitchen is complete without a cast-iron skillet? If your dad still hasn’t jumped on board the cast-iron train, it’s time to remedy that with the Lodge Chef Collection skillet. This newly designed version of the classic cast-iron pan is lighter than previous editions but no less functional. Pre-seasoned, large pour spout, long handle, and excellent heat retention combine for a user-friendly cast-iron skillet that makes the perfect gift.$40
Nothing beats a New York brunch. If you can’t bring your dad to New York, bring the Big Apple to him with this curated package from NY’s own Russ & Daughters. This order ships right to your door and includes smoked salmon, bagels, cream cheese, chocolate babka, and coffee. Get the family together for Father’s Day with this delicious breakfast for 6.$189
While my dad is content with his ancient drip coffee maker, there are some dads out there embracing the specialty coffee movement. And, for a better cup of coffee, I’d recommend getting dad a Chemex. Both aesthetically pleasing and perfectly functional, the Chemex makes delicious pour-over coffee. It’s relatively easy to use and results in an excellent cup of coffee.$48
If dad is in the market for a new cutting board, this beautiful, large option from Shun Cutlery is perfect. Made from Hinoki Japanese cypress, it’s a soft cutting board meaning it’ll offer a bit of give when you’re cutting. This is great for ensuring your blades stay sharp while you’re slicing. Plus, the beautiful, clean board is excellent as a serving option for charcuterie.$80
Add a splash of color to dad’s kitchen with the vibrant Dutch Baby from Great Jones. This smaller version of a Dutch Oven is perfect for smaller batches of cooking. It’s great for soups and stews or, if your dad got into baking over the last couple of years, fresh bread, too.$120
While a kitchen thermometer might not be at the top of your dad’s wishlist, it’s an extremely practical and necessary kitchen gadget. The Thermapen One delivers accurate measurements in a second so your dad can keep track of his Thanksgiving turkey or just the steaks grilling in the backyard. Available in a variety of colors, the ThermoWorks Thermapen One will help your dad become an even better cook.$105