Father's Day means "man food," and these Father's Day recipes are not only designed to please the man of the house, they'll please everyone else, too. Whether you're looking for dishes that will feed a crowd, or you just want to have a small Father's Day BBQ, these recipes are just what you need. Casual entertaining at its best. That's what these recipes are all about.
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This burger recipe starts with top-quality, grass-fed ground beef. Then these burgers get a few surprise ingredients that are guaranteed to make them moist and juicy. Top these burgers with one of my favorite burger toppings
This BBQ Chicken recipe is so simple to make, and you don't even need a grill or an oven. Made in an electric skillet, this recipe cooks over low heat, ensuring that it soaks up all the great barbecue flavor without burning.
Got leftover chicken? Eat it cold, or use it to make BBQ chicken quesadillas.
Both Dads and kids are big fans of these pizza burgers. After all, these burgers let you enjoy two of their favorite foods in one bite.
Special occasions call for special food, and this fried chicken recipe is definitely special. The chicken gets a nice, long soak in a tender buttermilk marinade before deep-frying. The end result is a wonderfully crispy chicken that is moist on the inside. The best part is you can serve this chicken hot or cold, and it will taste just as good either way.
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Grilling gives corn on the cob a slightly smoky flavor that pleases everyone who tries it. For a special addition, serve this corn with one of my flavored butter recipes.
This broccoli salad recipe is a guaranteed crowd-pleaser, a perfect recipe when you're having a big barbecue for Father's Day or any time. Crisp bacon, crunchy almonds and sweet raisins make this broccoli salad recipe a hit with everyone who tries it.
Bacon (hello? bacon!), celery and hard boiled eggs
are just some of the tasty ingredients that make this potato salad a family favorite. Try the recipe and see if you don't agree.
Like bacon, lettuce and tomato sandwiches? Then you will adore this pasta salad. There isn't a whole lot of tomato in it - the tomato is mostly in the dressing. But if you like tomatoes, just add some halved cherry or grape tomatoes on top for garnish. They add a nice pop of color and flavor to this dish.
These yummy bar cookies are reminiscent of the Kit Kat bar candy. If you like the combination of sweet and salty, you will adore these bars, and so will dad. You can make these bars up to a week in advance. Just refrigerate until a few hours before serving.
This ice cream pie makes a terrific ending to a Father's Day barbecue. This recipe couldn't be simpler to make. Just be sure to allow at least four hours for the ice cream pie to harden before serving.