Creative Father’s Day Ideas
This Father’s Day, celebrate your dad with creative gifts, delicious grilling recipes, and more.
14 Books for Dad
On the hunt for a novel Father's Day gift? Present your favorite guy with any of these great reads.
These recipes hold a particular place in our hearts: Each is the signature dish of a Real Simple staffer’s dad.
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Find the perfect sentiment for your Father's Day card.
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Express your love for that special guy in your life.
Show dear old Dad some love with these great gift ideas.
Photo: Jens Mortensen
Whether you’re grilling for one or a crowd, here are all the tools you need to tame the flame.
- Grill. No matter if you choose a propane or charcoal model, invest in a grill that fits your needs: Are you planning to bring along
your grill on a camping trip? Choose charcoal. Is convenience more of a necessity for you? Choose propane. Gas grills are
more convenient than charcoal grills, since they are turned on with a knob. But charcoal grills cost less, are portable, and
produce a hotter fire.
Related: Grill Debate: Gas vs. Charcoal
- Fuel. For a gas grill, you will need a canister of propane; a charcoal model requires charcoal briquettes and a few sheets of newspaper (to stoke the fire in a chimney starter).
- Chimney starter. Good-bye, lighter fluid. This upright metal tube lets you start your coals with only a few sheets of newspaper and a match. Buy the largest model you can find for firing up your grill with ease.
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