The Top 3 Father’s Day Recipes for Dad

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There are so many great recipes for Father’s Day that you could make a different one every day for the whole month. That’s a lot of cooking, but it’s also a lot of fun!

Here’s a round-up of my Top 3 Father’s Day Recipes for Dad:

1. Grilled Salmon with Peach Salsa – This recipe is fast and easy to make, but looks like you spent a long time at the stove. The fresh peach salsa takes only a few minutes to throw together, and it really compliments the salmon. Grilled Salmon with Peach Salsa is a delicious meal for any day, but would be especially great on Father’s Day!

2. Buckeye Brownies – I’m not normally one to recommend brownies as a healthy food. But these Buckeye Brownies are actually good for you! They’re made with yogurt and peanut butter, and they’re pretty much guilt free… that is until you eat the whole pan!

3. Grilled Mexican Corn – Grilled corn on the cob is one of my favorite summertime meals… and this recipe adds some heat with jalapeno chili powder and cayenne pepper. If your dad likes things spicy (or even if he doesn’t), he’ll love this meal

Traditionally, eating is the main activity of family gatherings. It is no big secret that food is connected to our emotions and this is why it is so important to us.

The food we eat can be a symbol of a certain event or feeling, can bring back memories of childhood or convey an expression of care, love and understanding.

This also applies on Father’s Day. A meal prepared for Dad should not only satisfy his taste buds and provide nourishment, but also should be an expression of how much you love him.

What should you prepare for your dad on Father’s Day? We have put together the top 3 recipes for those who aren’t sure what to cook or to inspire those who want to try something new.

Father’s Day is just around the corner, and it’s time to start planning that special meal for Dad. Here are our top three recipes for Father’s Day:

1. Stir-Fried Chicken With Black Bean Sauce

2. Beef Bourguignon

3. Roasted Salmon With Lemon-Garlic Butter

The first of the top 3 recipes is a very special dish which will serve almost everyone at the table. It is the kind of food that children ask for again and again. Tomatoes, eggs, and basil are combined to create a delicious meal that your dad will love.

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> Ingredients: |

> – 2 cups of cherry tomatoes |

> – 3 tablespoons of olive oil |

> – 1 pound of pasta (any shape) |

> – 4 large eggs |

> – 1/4 cup chopped fresh basil leaves |

> Directions:|

> Add the pasta to boiling salted water. Cook until just tender. Drain. Rinse with cold water, drain again and set aside.| > In a bowl, whisk together the olive oil and eggs; season with salt and pepper and whisk in half of the basil leaves. Pour over the hot pasta and toss to coat evenly. Add the tomatoes, then sprinkle on the remaining basil leaves; toss well. Serve immediately.**

My dad is one of the most fun and loving men I know. He’s there for anyone in need, and is always willing to help out a friend in their time of need. He is a great father and I’m lucky to have him as my dad. One day a year, I like to take the time to show him how much I appreciate all that he does for me.

So for Father’s Day this past weekend, I decided to make something extra special for him. The following recipes are not only delicious, but they are easy enough that anyone can make them in just a few simple steps!

Bacon Wrapped Scallops with Honey Mustard Glaze: This recipe is a perfect appetizer or meal starter! It’s easy enough that you can prepare it before guests arrive at your place and then cook it while they’re there so that everyone can enjoy it hot off the stove. It’s not hard to see why these tasty morsels were chosen as one of the top three recipes by Bon Appétit Magazine!”

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Cooking is an art, not a science. But there are always a few basic facts worth knowing. First of all, the most important thing to understand is that no cookbook – not even mine – will ever tell you exactly what to do.

You can follow recipes, but the point of cooking is that you get to make choices about how it turns out. What you like and what your family likes might be different from some chef’s opinion. You’ll make mistakes, you’ll learn from them and then you’ll do it better next time.

Taste and smell are very powerful senses. And because they are so subjective, they are often neglected in cooking schools. But they are essential to cooking well.

The other essential part of cooking is being relaxed and having fun with it! Cooking should be fun! It’s great when everyone enjoys the meal.

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