Whole Foods Market at the Plymouth Meeting Mall shared 9 Ways to Make Dad’s Day this upcoming Father’s Day.
1. Grill Him a Steak
Our beef rib eye steaks are 5-Step® Animal Welfare rated and are one of summer’s best-tasting steaks. All that’s needed is a little coarse sea salt and freshly ground black pepper before and after grilling.
2. WOW HIM
Serving big appetites? Ask the butcher for a tomahawk steak, a thick cut with a long bone “handle.”
3. INTRODUCE HIM TO THE KING OF CRAB
Our Alaska king crab legs are rated yellow or green by Seafood Watch and The Safina Center and you’ll find them pre-cooked at our seafood counters. They just need a quick grill to heat through before cracking and serving with clarified butter, remoulade, ponzu sauce or a squeeze of lemon.
4. IMPRESS HIM WITH YOUR BURGER-BUILDING SKILLS
Hummus + Olive Tapenade
Blue Cheese + Hot Sauce
Avocado + Sliced Cucumber
Roasted Red Peppers + Cashew Cheese
5. GIVE HIM A NEW GRILLMATE
365 Everyday Value®
Organic Regional Barbecue Sauces
Kansas City Love, Memphis Madness and Texas True
Treat dad to all three varieties for a celebration of unique flavors from iconic barbecue destinations.
6. POUR HIM A PROPER PINT
|Style||Saison||Session Beers||Pilsner||Sour Beers|
|Character||A rustic farmhouse summer ale||Smooth with balanced malt and hops||A pale, light style of lager||Long-fermented, complex and crafted with wild yeast|
|Glassware||Stemmed tulip glass||Pint glass||Flute glass||Goblet|
|Cheese Pairing||Goat cheese||Fromager d’Affinois or other soft-ripened varieties||Aged Gouda or mild cheddar||Robust or smoked cheeses|
7. SHOW HIM A NEW WAY TO BEER
365 Everyday Value®
Organic Pale Ale Honey Mustard
A limited-edition sweet and tangy mustard; top a dog or burger, and pair with his favorite pale ale for double the cheers.
8. KEEP HIM HANDSOME
Every Man Jack
Grooming products with no parabens, no phthalates, no artificial colors and no sodium lauryl sulfate—and never tested on animals.
9. GIVE HIM SNACKS (DADS LOVE SNACKS)
We’ve got the goods to power his tennis matches, golf tournaments, soccer games, hiking, biking, parkour sessions, climbing, skateboarding…or whatever Dad’s into these days.