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What To Cook For Father’s Day Weekend
Sunday is Father’s Day and what better gift than a weekend of great meals. From breakfast to dinner, Here are some great recipes.
Swordfish steaks are the closest fish to steak in texture and cooking technique, and even the fish-adverse will love them. This satisfying dish comes together in as little as 20 minutes.
After making and rolling up these sausage- and egg-stuffed burritos, pop them in the freezer—in the morning, just heat ’em up and add avocado.
A fresh, bright pineapple dressing ties together this irresistible platter of grilled pineapple rings, strip steak, and fresh avocado.
Nothing says summer weekend like a crispy fish sandwich. This recipe has all the makings for your new favorite: crispy fried white flounder fillets enveloped in two thick slices of white bread, piled high with iceberg lettuce, pickles, onions, and of course, potato chips.
This crowd-pleasing mixed grill features lots of fresh asparagus, taking advantage of the early summer produce. The accompanying cilantro-lime dressing and creamy green dipping sauce will pair well with everything coming off the grill this summer.
Yeast-raised waffles require planning ahead, but they’re absolutely as easy to make as their last-minute counterparts. The time spent resting enhances the irresistible flavor and makes the texture fluffy but chewy. Serve with butter and syrup for a traditional breakfast for dad.
This weekend is the perfect time to launch into a homemade ice cream sandwich project, whether you make them for Dad—or just for yourself.