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11 Great Gifts To Buy Foodies For Father's Day

Written By Abi McSherry
Monday 22 Feb 2016 10:19

11 Father's Day Gifts For The Head Chef
Wondering what to buy for your head chef? Help dad to perfect his cooking skills with a gourmet gift this Father's Day.

1 - Personalised Wooden Knife Block With Five Knives

Can’t chop carrots and onions as fast as the chefs on TV? Help dad to master chopping like a professional with this set of five knives in a stylish, bamboo knife block.

2 - My Family Cook Book

Worried you’ll never be able to make dad’s famous roast potatoes? Make sure his scrumptious concoctions and cooking methods are passed down through the family with this hardback recipe book.

3 - Personalised Apron

Make sure dad looks the part with this stylish yet practical personalised apron. After all, he’s definitely a master chef…

4 - Personalised Large Round Chopping Board

Crafted from bamboo, this personalised large chopping board is perfect for slicing and dicing.

5 - Personalised Guitar Salad Servers

Is dad known for rocking out when he’s in the kitchen? Make him chuckle with these personalised, guitar-shaped salad servers. They’re a perfect tool for summer BBQ days.

6 - Personalised Rapido Electric Pepper Mill

Even adding black pepper to his dishes needn’t be difficult with the Personalised Rapido Electric Pepper Mill!

7 - Dad's Café Personalised Hanging Slate Chalkboard

Dad always in charge of the menu? Make sure the whole family know what’s for dinner with this fabulous personalised slate chalkboard.

8 - Personalised Cork Trivet

Oven-to-table pots and pans? Prevent dad from scorching the dining room table with a personalised cork trivet.

8 - No.1 Dad Personalised Slate Cheeseboard

If dad likes to finish his meal with a couple of slices of cheese and a handful of biscuits then this beautiful slate cheeseboard is a perfect gift.

9 - Grill Sergeant BBQ Apron

For when he's manning the barbecue with military precision.

10 - Bowler Hat Colander

One minute he's draining pasta, the next, he's looking pretty fly sporting his hat-come-colander.