Eight Gifts for Dad’s Day
Stumped about what to get Pop for Father’s Day? Here are a few ideas we like:
1. An official MLB cap.
The team name is embroidered in Hebrew. Available in Phillies, Mets, Yankees, Red Sox (pictured) and Cubs. $24
2. A flask for his favorite Single Malt.
Made in England from pewter and etched with the traditional Yiddish cry of frustration. $64
3. Daniel Silva’s latest.
The Black Widow, the newest book featuring art restorer-cum-Mossad agent Gabriel Allon is due out July 12. Pre-order it for Dad. $27.99
4. Deli Feast.
There’s enough for four in the complete soup to dessert dinner for four from the legendary Katz’s Deli, the Lower East Side landmark featured in the famous scene from When Harry Met Sally. The package includes a pound each of corned beef and pastrami, rye bread, chicken soup with matzoh balls, pickles, knishes, mustard and babka. $115
Honor a good man with a card that can change a woman’s life. Proceeds from each card help fund JWI projects that empower women and girls to break the cycle of abuse. $25
6. Barbecue guide for the thinking man.
Meathead: The Science of Great Barbecue from Meathead Goldwyn, the man behind the world’s most popular BBQ and Grilling website, dishes out the whys and hows of cooking with fire, along with 100 recipes and his signature irreverence. $35
7. An apron with character.
Declare dad a member of a union that never goes out of style -- Amalgamated Menschen International -- with this heavyweight cotton twill apron to catch all the splatters from the grill. $23.99.
8. A DNA test to learn about family.
Help dad find his family origins and possibly even long-lost relatives through the Family Finder DNA test that taps the new field of genetic genealogy. Test results can find family links up to six generations. $99