When it comes to Father’s Day Cookware Gift Ideas, guys love kitchen gadgets and cookware. If something can make him look good in front of the family or friends, he’ll be for it. I know! If it’s sharp, shiny, or slick, we get excited. Here are several great Father’s Day cookware gift ideas that will make your guy happy!
5 Father’s Day Cookware Gift Ideas
1) Cast Iron Grill Pan
As summer approaches, grilling is his territory. How about grilling inside all year long with a Cast Iron Grill Pan! I love mine and there is something about grill marks that makes a meal special. Lodge or Staub offer excellent grill pans. Keep them seasoned, heat them up, and watch your guy put those restaurant quality grill marks on chicken, steak or veggies all year long.
2) Large Quality Stainless Steel Skillet
A great saute means perfectly done meats and vegetables, and the fond for the beginning of a great sauce. How about a large Stainless Steel Skillet that won’t warp. Chefs know to make a good sauce one has to deglaze a pan. That means putting a cold liquid into a very hot skillet. Normal pans will warp under that temperature stress and cause uneven heating in the future. That’s why if your guy is a good cook, he’ll appreciate a quality stainless steel skillet from All-Clad or Cuisinart.
3) Grilling Tool Set
How about a grilling tool set with all the tools he’ll need to flip, slice, and clean that grill? Do you call your guy in to do the grilling? Does he grab a cold beverage, put on the grilling apron and march outside to do his assigned duty? If so, give him the tools he’ll need to do it right.
4) Stainless Steel Cookware Set
If what he’s cooking with now is getting old, discolored and warped, he’ll love a new cookware set. Stainless steel is attractive, easy to clean and healthy cookware. A great value is the Cuisinart Multiclad Pro. It’s fully clad with aluminum in between the stainless steel, not just on the bottom like many cookware sets, but also up the sides of the cookware. That gives more even heating especially when cooking foods like rice, soups and stews. It’s sturdy and able to withstand whatever he dishes out. For under $300 the Cuisinart Multiclad Pro is a great value.
5) Chef Pan
A chef pan is like the SUV piece of cookware. It can be used inside the stove, on top of the range, covered or open, and it’s large enough to cook just about anything in it. A chef pan will quickly become the go-to cookware for your guy. I use mine for braising short ribs on top of the stove, baking chicken casseroles inside the stove, rice pilaf and corn on the cob. It’s a handy piece of cookware. The recommended item below from Scanpan is considered healthy cookware and very easy to clean!
To all the Fathers out there I know these Father’s Day cookware gift ideas-are sure to please. Happy Father’s Day!