Last Minute Father's Day Gifts for Foodie Dads
A gift guide packed with quick, last-minute present ideas for dads who love their food.
Father's Day is about a week away (19th of June people).
The fact I'm posting this one week away from the day says a lot 😬. And I know gift buying for Father's Day can feel like a last-minute scramble but not to panic - I've got you covered. This gift guide is packed with vouchers and other fabulous, last-minute pressie ideas for dads who love their food.
200 DEGREES COFFEE SUBSCRIPTION GIFT VOUCHER, £30.00
If your dad is a coffee lover, get him a coffee subscription!
200 Degrees - a great, independent roast-house - delivers superb, freshly roasted coffee (either ground or whole beans) in letterbox friendly packaging. Grab a subscription gift voucher here.
Father's Day Craft Beer & Meat Gift Box, £21.99
A big box filled with lots of father's-day appropriate treats!
That means beer, crackling (classic), and various other meaty snacks (all from independent food and drink businesses). He'll have his feet up, indulging, in no time.
Fortnum's Father's Day 'Dad' Pork Pie, £7.95
Pork pies are just one of those classic "dad" foods.
The pastry on this one has been given a fancy Father's Day makeover which means he'll be thinking of you, his favourite child, as he munches on what might be the poshest pork pie of his life.
Halen Mon Best-Sellers Giftbox, £37.50
If you read my May's Product Picks, you'll know I am a big fan of Halen Mon's Black Garlic Ketchup.
This Best-Sellers Gift Box is crammed full of Halen Mon's most popular salts, including a smoked-over-oak salt and a garlic salt (amazing on roast potatoes). I might even have to get this one for myself!
The Tempus Charcuterie Collection, £50.00
Tempus are another brand I love and highly recommend.
I've raved about this charcuterie company before and this meaty collection full of their best products is sure to make dad happy (unless he's vegan). Perfect for creating an amazing cured meat platter.
EMBER Smart Mug², £59.99
In the world of mugs, this contraption has a bit of a cult-following.
The Ember Smart Mug lets you control the temperature of your drink, which means dad will never have to worry about tepid, lukewarm brews again. Developed with cutting-edge, dad-friendly tech, this one's a winner.
Ottolenghi Flavour Cookbook & Ingredients Set, £49.99
If dad fancies himself as a bit of a chef, he can flex his cooking skills and get creative with this Ottolenghi Cookbook and Ingredients Set.
Lots of lovely recipes are accompanied by key ingredients (the kind most people never have knocking about in their cupboard...dried black limes anyone?).
Camerons Gourmet Mini Smoker, £29.99
Having a new toy in the kitchen is always fun.
Smokers are one of the most underrated kitchen appliances. Stick this mini one on any heat source and you'll have delicious, smokey tasting chicken, duck or fish in no time!
FIRE + WILD EXPERIENCE (various prices)
Totally spoil dad with a voucher to one of Fire + Wild's amazing events.
They normally take place around Lewes, in East Sussex and involve outdoor cooking and dining experiences, guided foraging walks, wild camping events and wild cocktail workshops.
Mystery BBQ Smoking Box Bundle, £45.00
Dad will be 100% summer ready with this monster bundle of BBQ goodies and supplies.
BBQ seasonings, wood chips, wood chucks and more! Plus 10% of profits from every sale will go to a UK registered charity.
The Upton Cheyney Chilli Farm, Make Your Own Chilli Sauce Kit, £35
This DIY chilli making kit, comes with everything needed to whip up a few bottles of hot sauce that he can show-off as his own.
This would be a fun one to do together with dad!
Dispatch Meal Delivery Voucher, from £20.00
Okay, this is one of my favourites.
I've tried a few meals from Dispatch before and they never disappoint! A voucher lets dad choose from a number of amazing pre-prepared, chef-cooked meals so he can tuck into a Father's Day feast!