Father's Day Appetizers
|Posted on Jun 7, 2016 (0 comments)|
They say the way to a mans heart is through his stomach and we couldn’t agree more. With Father’s Day quickly approaching it’s time to figure out how to celebrate that special Dad in your life. Of course buying him a gift is great, but why not switch it up this year and a really celebrate him by throwing him a party in his honor? June is the perfect month for a great BBQ and pool party and let’s be honest, you can’t go wrong with the gift of food, since you know it’s something he’ll love. As you prepare to bring out those party hats, we’re putting on our chef’s hats to bring you some ideas on how to celebrate that special guy in your life.
Here are some Father Approved dishes that are a must-have for his celebration.
philly cheese steaks
Men love a good ol’ Philly cheesesteak, so why not serve that up in honor of his special day? We offer shaved beef sirloin, American and mozzarella cheese, with peppers and spices in a mini brioche roll. Trust us when we say, these will be a huge hit.
All-American style Coney Island dogs are the perfect bite-size treat. These all-beef cocktail franks are topped with sauerkraut and mustard then hand wrapped in phyllo. Delicious, if we say so ourselves.
truffled mac & CheeseIt doesn’t matter what age you are, mac & cheese is, and always will be a favorite dish. What’s better is when they’re served breaded and with truffle oil. Yup! Give Dad the gift of creamy mac & cheese with truffle oil and shaved black truffle slices. No matter what, he’ll always be a kid at heart and these apps are the best way to remind him of that.
antipasto kabob with prosciutto
Skewers are one of our favorite ways to serve up appetizers at a party. They are easy to eat and provide you with a variety of food, all in one bite. Dad will love these tri-color cheese tortellini, marinated roasted tomato, Kalamata olives and prosciutto ham 6" flavorful skewers.
No party is complete without dessert and no Father’s Day party or BBQ is complete without tuxedo-style desserts in his honor. How great are these buttery English shortbread wafers that are partially dipped in chocolate and garnished in a white chocolate “tuxedo” motif? These are the perfect addition to your celebration.