Father’s Day Feast


The Daddy Of Curries

When it comes to dads or important fellas in your life what do you think of? My memories tend to ping back to childhood, seen through cine camera sepia. I remember a father whose sideburns seemed bigger than the lamb chops we devoured, he was a cricket super hero, his dancing was inspired by the Maori Haka and his could expulsions could solo power a wind turbine. Of course there’s far more to him than his physical exhibitions, he’s a man whose passions revolve around family, food and football…not a bad combination. He’s often heard saying ‘I’m just a simple man with simple interests’ and whilst there’s truth in his modesty there’s depth to his interests. So how best to celebrate my his contribution to my world, well another pair of socks or a novelty ‘dad joke book’ just won’t cut it. So if you’re like me and wondering how to appreciate the old man, I know one sure fire way of reaching his heart. Cook for him, as the time worn adage goes, ‘the way to a man’s heart, is through his stomach’. Here’s the guide to creating a Father’s Day Feast and staying in the will.

3 Indian tapas complete with 60 second recipe videos

3 Feast dishes fit for a Rajah

Pondicherry Pork

3 Puddings to push the boat out

So this year, do the man a favour, park the Old Spice gift set and get busy in the kitchen, it’ll be a Father’s Day he’ll savour.

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