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I’m not sure how your father rates 364 days out of the year, but on Father’s Day, he surely morphs into a superhero.
To befit someone of your dad’s status, there should be a celebratory Father’s Day dinner - and that dinner should probably include steak. Here are some places to celebrate:
Welcome to round eleven of Spouse vs. Spouse, a series in which a couple of married food freaks, CNN’s Brandon and Kristy Griggs, square off in their Atlanta kitchen for culinary bragging rights – and invite you to weigh in, too.
In each installment, Kristy and Brandon each make a creative variation on the same ingredient or dish – everything from pasta to seafood to cocktails to desserts. We serve both versions anonymously to our friends, who then judge which one they like better and why. We walk you through our kitchen process, bring the husband-and-wife smack talk and, of course, keep score. We also share our recipes here so that you can try them for yourself.
Our theme: Father's Day brunch
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This Sunday is Father’s Day, and what your father needs is something to take away the cares and tribulations of life, especially as many of them were undoubtedly caused by you. Long and peaceful sleep is probably the ideal panacea, but since giving one’s dad a wastepaper basket full of sleeping pills is frowned upon by pretty much every authority you’d care to name, and might well make Dad himself regard you with a wary eye.
Why not a stiff drink instead? Different dads have different tastes, but here are a few liquid ideas.
Scorched meat, over-marinated steak and just plain old over-fussiness can wreck a perfectly good cookout. Top chefs at the Atlanta Food and Wine Festival are here to help solve your grilling woes so you can have more time to hang out with your friends and family.
Be sure to catch up on the rest of our father-friendly tips to help you and the old man celebrate all weekend long.
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All too often we read and hear about fond memories of grandmother's chocolate pie or Mom's goulash - but sometimes, it's dear ol’ dad that deserves the culinary credit.
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Here’s the deal with Father’s Day: Whatever you buy your father - 200 yards of fly-casting line, a stuffed wallaby, a stained-glass replica of A-Rod’s face - the guy is going to act pleased. That’s part of the father-child contract.
But both you and he know that you could buy him something he’d really like. Now, it’s possible that 200 yards of fly-casting line will lift the old guy’s heart and make bright every last one of his remaining days, but some fathers would actually prefer a bottle of wine. So, for those fathers, some guidelines: