Gift Guide: Father’s Day for Foodies

If your father loves food, here are a few gifts to whet his appetite on Father’s Day.

Excalibur Dehydrator
Is your dad a jerky lover? If so, give him an Excalibur Dehydrator, and he can make all the turkey, beef or fish jerky he wants.
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MarieBelle Pin-Up Bars
Not only is the chocolate delicious, but these bars also have some eye candy.
$10 at

Wallace Edwards & Sons Big Bacon Box
Ten pounds of Hickory-Smoked Sliced Bacon and Hickory-Smoked Sliced Peppered Bacon. That’s all.
$129.95 at

Dewar’s 12
What father doesn’t appreciate a good Scotch?
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Cherry Moon Farms Best With Beer Gift Set
If your dad loves beer, he’ll love these food pairings that go with it.
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Moore & Giles Leather-Wrapped Flask
This flask is stylish, and can hold a little bit of whatever poison you choose.
$95 at

Finally, a food subscription service that offers things like hot sauce and bacon spread — everything a man loves to eat.
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Portable Briefcase Grill
This handy Portable Briefcase Grill goes anywhere — the park, the lake, camping and more.
$80 at

Father Decanter Set
What says Happy Father’s Day more than this decanter set?
$78 at

Sansaire Sous Vide Immersion Circulator
Your dad can pretend he’s on Top Chef, with this tool that was once reserved only for professionals.
$199 at


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