Father’s Day gifts for the man who loves to cook

by | Jun 15, 2017 | Life & Style

While the typical Father’s Day gifts generally get the job done – think golf clubs, fishing tackle or grilling equipment – don’t forget about the dad who enjoys spending time making magic in the kitchen.

Give him the tools he needs to succeed, whether baking for the big game, preparing a meal for the family, trying out a new recipe or simply seeking to master the perfect cup of coffee. Reaching one’s fullest potential in the kitchen requires the right equipment, so put the best gear in his hands (or on his counter) and up his culinary experience with these ideas from KitchenAid.

From baking equipment to knife sets to attachments that turn his favorite countertop appliance into a versatile powerhouse, give your food-savvy dad just what he needs to up his kitchen game. For more Father’s Day gift inspiration, visit kitchenaid.com.

Sleek and Elegant

Dad deserves tools as bold and innovative as his culinary creations. Featuring a cast iron-like finish and premium materials, including die-cast zinc, satin and black chrome, the limited edition Artisan(r) Black Tie Stand Mixer from KitchenAid is a timeless collector’s item that will never go out of style. With 10 speeds, a tilt-head design and more than a dozen optional hub-powered and bowl attachments, this one-of-a-kind stand mixer is sure to take his culinary prowess to a whole new level.

For the full story see the June 15 issue and the e-Edition at https://www.etypeservices.com/Murphy%20MonitorID247/default.aspx

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