What do you get for the dad who has everything? Clearly more stuff to grill or bbq with!
To give you some ideas, we’ve put together this list of carefully curated grilling gifts to delight your dad with on father’s day.
Our top grilling gift ideas for father’s day
For the dad who already has his dream grill setup, the best gift is something to grill!
Snake River Farms is famous for its American Wagyu beef, which comes from crossbreeding imported Wagyu cattle with American Angus. Father’s Day gift boxes start at $99.00 and include a range of different cuts.
Here are a couple of great options:
- Steak Break – Great affordable steak pack includes 2x Filet Mignon and 2x Sirloin steaks
- The Big Barbecue Bundle – Great for low and slow, this pack includes a Brisket, Pork Shoulder and Tri-tip as well as a trio of SRF Rubs.
- The Party Planner – A huge USDA Prime Cowboy Steak plus a selection of American Wagyu ribeye steaks
The Thermapen One is the fastest, most accurate meat thermometer we’ve ever tested. An instant-read meat thermometer is an invaluable tool for both grilling and low and slow cooking.
This is a great option for hunting enthusiasts, although a grinder is just as useful for burger aficionados who want to get the perfect ratio of fat to lean meat.
4. Porter Road Meat Subscription Box
Everyone likes getting something exciting in the post, and, with the Porter Road meat subscription box, not only do you get something every month, but it’s always fantastic meat!
There’s definitely something that will suit your taste buds and all Porter Road meat is pasture-raised in Kentucky and Tennessee without hormones or antibiotics.
They also have a Father’s day selection where you can pick out some of their top-selling items.
5. John Boos Block Reversible Cutting Board
A craftsperson is only as good as their tools and even the best knives work better on a stable cutting surface.
The John Boos reversible cutting board is made of solid maple. One side has a sloped juice well that drains into a stainless steel juice pan while the other is a flat cutting surface. This board is durable, well-made, and its features make every part of food preparation that little bit easier.
6. A barbecue or grilling book
You can never go wrong with a great book. Here are a collection of our favorite barbecue books:
7. Father Grill Pack from Holy Grail Steak Co
Holy Grail Steak Company specializes in sourcing the rarest steak in the world. They are the only Kobe-Niku licensed supplier of Kobe beef in the world.
The father’s day pack includes 2x American Wagyu Strip, 2x American Wagyu Filet and 4x Tajima American Wagyu Burger Patties.
Weber has just started offering virtual interactive grilling classes led by industry-leading chefs, pitmasters, and butchers.
Upcoming classes include Smoked Pulled Pork by a world Championship winning pitmaster, Spatchcock Chicken, and Competition WInning Ribs.
Classes start at $30.00 and the groups are small with under 12 people per class.
The Traveler is the perfect compact grill for throwing in the back of the car and taking to the park to grill dogs, burgers, and chicken.
It’s a little more expensive than some of the other portable options we’ve tested, but the built-in cart makes it so much easier to get cooking.
10. GRILL HEAT AID Extreme Heat Resistant BBQ Gloves
Grilling might be the best fun you can have with your clothes on, but it isn’t without its risks. You need your hands to serve up all the amazing food you’re cooking, so keep them safe with gloves that resist heat of up to 932°F (500°C) while still being flexible enough that they won’t cramp your style.
A great BBQ rub turns good food into exceptional food, and you don’t get much better than Killer Hog. This three-pack includes the original BBQ Rub, the TX Brisket Rub, and an all-purpose rub that would suit everything from a roast chicken to home fries.
12. Sausage Making: The Definitive Guide with Recipes
Making your own sausage is a taste revelation, but getting the perfect sausage isn’t a simple process; there’s a technique to it.
Thankfully, Sausage Making: The Definitive Guide with Recipes, written by butcher Ryan Farr, runs through that technique step-by-step. It also includes a range of recipes from classic sausages to more contemporary takes.
Wrapping it all up
The gifts on this list are sure to delight any BBQ-obsessed dad, but if you don’t see anything that tickles your fancy, you can check out our 37 Grilling and BBQ Gift Ideas and our 30 Best Grilling Gifts Under $50 for more ideas.
Have we missed out on the perfect father’s day grilling gift, or is there something you would just love to receive for father’s day this year? We’d love to hear about it in the comments section below.