10 foodie gifts for Father's Day 2019

Browse our top 10 list of foodie presents for dad this Father's Day. From novelty buys to serious kitchen kit, we have it covered... 

Selection on Father's Day gifts laid out on a coloured background

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Looking for the perfect gift for dad this Father's Day (Sunday 16 June)? Our foodie gift guide features 10 ideas for the foodie dad, plus the requisite pair of novelty socks. Read on to discover our recommendations for papa... 

10 best Father's Day gifts for dads who love food

Joule sous vide on white background

1. Joule by ChefSteps sous vide

One for the gadget geeks, this tool makes sous-vide cooking more accessible. For more information, read our full review of the Joule. 

Buy from Amazon (£189)

Sauce Shop gift set on white background with three sauces

2. Sauce Shop custom gift set

Choose three bottles from the delicious selection by Sauce Shop. Whether dad likes hot chilli sauce or a classic ketchup, this gift set ticks all the condiment boxes.

Buy from Sauce Shop (£11)

Cheese subscription set on white background featuring selection of blue, hard and soft cheese

3. Cheese subscription box

Treat a cheese lover to a monthly subscription box containing four to five different cheeses plus information, pairing notes and scorecards. You can buy one-off boxes or rolling deliveries. 

Buy from The Cheese Geek (£30 a box)

Beer socks in a fake can

4. Beer socks

These silly socks are surprisingly wearable once they're taken out of the novelty tin. A great way to say 'hoppy' Father's Day. 

Buy from Firebox (£8.99)

Crispiz pizza stone on white background with pizza on top

5. Crispiz pizza stone

Make perfect pizza at home with this pizza stone, which can also be used on the barbecue. The design ensures your base will be authentically crisp.

Buy from Amazon (£34)

Victorinox knife on a white background

6. Victorinox Santoku knife

Good quality, gift-worthy chef’s knives needn’t break the bank. We love this rosewood-handled Japanese-style knife – it can even be engraved for a personal touch.

Buy from Farrar Tanner (£32.90)

Pasta making set on white background

7. Sous Chef pasta-making kit

Complete with the iconic Imperia pasta maker, specialist cutters and rollers, Italian flour and more, this comprehensive set really does cover all the bases when it comes to DIY pasta.

Buy from Sous Chef (£95)

Rococo chocolate bar on white background

8. Rococo sea salt, almond & rosemary chocolate

This luxury chocolate bar combines a dreamy mix of flavours, with herbs, nuts and a savoury finish that fuse perfectly.

Buy from Rococo (£5.95)

Royal Doulton grey and white mug

9. Royal Doulton coffee studio mug

This understated mug is from Royal Doulton's Coffee Studio range, for people (and dads) who can't be without their regular cup of joe. 

Buy from Royal Doulton (£10)

Indian spice set in a tin

10. Indian spice tin

Does your dad love cooking curry? This gift tin contains nine classic spices to be decanted into useful metal pinch pots. 

Buy from Spice Kitchen (£24.95)

More on Father's Day...

Our full Father's Day gift guide
Father's Day recipes
What to cook on Father's Day
Father's Day baking projects for kids

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