6 foodie gadgets for Dad this Father’s Day

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6 foodie gadgets for Dad this Father’s Day

Your old man is no doubt already well stocked in the sock and hanky department. This year, get him a gadget that supports his foodie ambitions. Woolworths has a great selection of gifts to spoil your Dad on Sunday.

Braai Utensil Set and Case (R350)
Cement your Dad’s reputation as braai master with this nifty set, packaged in a professional-looking steel case, nogal! Chop-turning duties will be all the more pleasurable with this collection comprised of a stainless steel spatula, fork and tongs.

Braai Mini Thermometers (R199)
While we wouldn’t dream of suggesting that your Dad doesn’t know when the meat is done, we do know how gadgets get most men excited. If nothing else, these effective mini thermometers will be a great talking point around the fire.

Cast Iron Pot (R599)
No doubt after many memorable meals, Dad’s ancient potjie is looking a little worse for wear. He’ll love this brand new, cast-iron pot and you’ll almost certainly score a free meal out of it

Copper Hip Flask (R150)
Your old man’s days of sipping hard tack on the go are probably long behind him, but hip flasks are making a comeback – and what Dad doesn’t want to feel cool? This sleek, copper-plated beauty is 12 cm high and holds 240 ml.

Espresso Maker (R250)
Does Dad fancy himself as a coffee connoisseur? This classic, six-cup, stovetop espresso maker is guaranteed to perk up his morning java routine

Crystal Whiskey Decanter (R1 400)
This elegant crystal decanter is made for the man who appreciates the finer things in life, including a fine single malt.

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Annette Klinger Article by: Annette Klinger

Woolworths TASTE’s features writer maintains that almost any dish can be improved with butter and cream. She’s a stickler for comfort food, especially German treats that remind her of her late grandmother, such as pork schnitzel with sauerkraut and spätzlen. She is a voracious reader of food magazines and recipe books, and instinctively switches over to the cooking channel whenever she checks into a hotel or guesthouse.

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