{Food Dish} Menu: Father’s Day Feast

Men love food. Period. If you want your husband/dad/grandpa/man to have a happy Father’s Day, feed him.

Here’s a fun menu of manly meals to serve for the perfect Father’s Day feast.

Photo from Patio Daddio BBQ.

Bacon Cinnamon Rolls
Bacon. Yum.
Cinnamon rolls. Delish.
Bacon + cinnamon rolls = mind blowing.
Bacon is the trendy thing to add to sweets these days. Make his morning with these mouth-watering bacon cinnamon rolls.

Photo from Allison Eats.
BBQ Ribs with Root Beer Sauce
There are vegetarian men out there, I get it, but I’m pretty sure most men love meat. What would Father’s Day be without the biggest, juiciest, rack of barbecued ribs? And even better, they're marinated in root beer.

Photo from Guilty Kitchen.
Steak and Pineapple Kabobs
Or, if you don’t want to eat whole cow for dinner (I do), try these kabobs. They have fruit on them so it’s healthy, right? Actually, I’ve made these a couple of times and they are a-m-a-z-i-n-g.

Photo from The Family Kitchen.

Hasselback Potatoes
What would meat be without potatoes? The great thing about these hasselbeck potatoes is you can load every slice with goodies.

Photo from How Sweet It Is.

Root Beer Floats with Homemade Hot Fudge
It’s Father’s Day; let’s pretend that this dessert is really a drink. I mean, part of it actually is a drink, so it counts.

Photo from Sweet Baking Supply.

Mustache Cookies
And for dessert: manly mustaches. Nothing says “I’m a man” like a little facial hair.

Ashley Evanson is the Online Editor at LDS Living. She is a self-proclaimed foodie and loves looking at design blogs, wishing she could be as hip as the people she reads about. Her favorite color is light tan.
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