Dad's Day - Happy Father's Day
of just a telephone call, a card, or a new tie or shirt, how
about making your Father a great meal he will always
remember, treasure, and put a smile on his face?
What food do most Fathers
like? Beef of course! The beef can be grilled, barbecued, or
roasted. It doesn’t matter, as long as it is beef and tastes
great. How about giving your Dad a perfectly cooked
steak to his liking? Nothing says "I love you" to a man like a
perfectly cooked steak. You will definitely reap the rewards of a very
happy father this year.
Learn how to
Cook the Perfect Steak.
Favorite Steak recipes
Tenderloin Steaks Stuffed with Morels
Cabernet-Cherry Filet Mignon
Chipotle Grilled Filets
Grilled Beef Tenderloin in Cabernet Sauce
Great Grilling and Barbecuing
Take advantage of the weather and fire up the grill
on Father's Day – Check out these great grilling and
barbecuing recipes to help make your Father's Day event a masterpiece
will love. There is something compelling about the
smell of food being cooked over a charcoal pit, open flame or barbecue.
Barbecued or Grilled Beef
Salmon and Smoked Salmon Recipes
More Father's Day Recipes
Make sure you are prepared for the 4th
of July holiday with these wonderful easy-to-make recipes. From the
main course to dessert, there's a red-white-and-blue treat for
Dinner Party Menus and Recipes
- Sizzling menus that are
perfect for an indoor or outdoor Father's Day gathering.
Great American Hamburger - American's favorite beef sandwich.
Also check out
Prime Rib - Always a favorite of men for any holiday.
Learn how to cook the perfect prime rib. check out my Prime Rib
dinner menu and recipes:
Prime Rib Dinner
(seven-course dinner) and
Prime Rib Dinner
All-American Desserts - Indulge
you Dad and family with cakes, pies, cookies,
Recipes - What Dad
doesn't like a piece of homemade pie?
Have a Safe and Fun Father's Day Holiday
Food safety is the most important part
of picnic planning, as food can spoil very quickly out of
refrigeration. It is important to keep food safety in mind
when planning for and packing a picnic.
Party Safety - Have a safe and fun party.
- The golden rules of food safety.
Safety Tips -
There is also one sure thing at every
picnic-lots of good food. The important point is to have safe and
healthy food, not food that can cause food borne illness.
Summer is the time for barbecues and picnics. The biggest party
crasher at summer picnic and buffets is food borne bacteria. You
can't see them, you can't taste them - but you sure can feel
them if illness occurs hours or days later.
Using a Cooking
or Meat Thermometer and
Purchase and Use a Good Instant-Read Thermometers
Meat and Seafood Internal Temperature Cooking