Father’s Day Grilling Guide
Visit Have Family Will Travel for grilling recipes and advice from Executive Chef Brooke Vosika of Four Seasons Hotel Boston.
Preparing food in the kitchen might not be Dad’s thing, but move the activity outside and you’ll ignite the inner cook in any man. And when he’s following the direction of Four Seasons Hotel Boston Executive Chef Brooke Vosika, Dad is sure to create a fantastic meal that will become a treasured Father’s Day memory for the whole family.
Visit Have Family Will Travel to get family-friendly grilling recipes from Vosika, and read on for the top five things this accomplished chef and dad of two learned from his own father:
Barbecues are an excellent way to bring families together. Not only are they outdoors, but they’re also an event the entire family can participate in. In my family, Dad always manned the grill, but the kids helped by prepping “the extras”—the condiments, the toppings and, of course, the dessert. My Dad taught me a lot, but here are the top five things I learned from him.
• Make sure the whole family sits down for dinner at the same time every night.
• Always use a charcoal grill. Gas grills are just not the same.
• How to swing a hammer
• Life may not always be easy, but it is always an adventure.
• Read The New York Times every Sunday.
A portion of this article originally appeared June 7, 2012, on Have Family Will Travel.