Father’s Day means many different things to many different people. We are lucky to live in a time where families can consist of a variety of parental combinations, including a mom and a dad, two dads, two moms, single-parent households, and many more. Although no family looks the same, every family configuration out there loves to celebrate their father, or father-figures, on this very special day of the year.
In the Brava Chef Lindsay household, we are an urban family with two working parents, so domestic responsibility falls on both my husband and I. My husband does an amazing job balancing his career and consistently being a huge part of our girls’ lives. The modern dad doesn’t balk at laundry, carpool, dishes, and cooking. We are so lucky to have a man like that in our family. He not only supports our household, but more importantly supports the girls emotionally in everything they choose to pursue. To show him our love and appreciation this Father’s Day, my daughters and I will be celebrating their dad with a day at the ballpark (Go Giants!), quality time, and good food.
Brava enables the co-parenting lifestyle from everyday weeknight dinners to special occasions like this one. Here’s what Brava can help you cook up to make this Father’s Day easy, delicious, and special for your father or father figure:
Breakfast: Toad in a Hole (so easy, the kids will make it!)
Breakfast in bed?
Dinner: Pulled pork, served one of three ways. On a bun, with coleslaw, in a taco, or in a lettuce cup. If you need tips on how to do this, I’ve got you covered! Watch my short demo here.
Dessert: Brava S’mores (fun and interactive with the kids as well)
Dad will want s’more of that!
Happy Father’s Day from all of us at Brava!