Hey DTC Family! Big Announcement! Dads That Cook names its first Deserving Dad Award Winner!! His name is: Alton McCrea, father of KaMya, 11, and partner to Erica Moseley. Residence: San Francisco. What makes Alton a DTC Deserving Dad?? There are a lot of Deserving Dads out there who are selfless and giving back in … Read moreDeserving Dad Award – Alton McCrea
My name is Tyler Kirby, I am 29 years old and I live in Indianapolis. I have been a Certified Pharmacy Technician for almost 10 years and I am a father of two boys: Bren (4) and Graeme (18 months) they’re my little monsters! My wife and I have been married for five years and … Read moreBeef Rendang – Dad’s Dish of the Week… Tyler Kirby!
Hey Peeps – I wanted to follow up about the post I did about Wagyu on FaceBook (see post here)… loved all the comments. Keep ‘em coming. Some of you questioned whether or not I bought real Wagyu and mentioned that it’s only from Japan. You prompted me to do some research today and talk to the … Read moreWagyu vs. Kobe Steak… What’s the real deal?
March is known for St. Patricks’ Day, and it’s a great time to celebrate one of Ireland’s greatest and most famous dishes, corned beef and cabbage. If your family has an Irish background, then you can use this as an opportunity to get the kids cooking with dad. Corned beef and cabbage is an important … Read moreCooking with Dad: Corned Beef and Cabbage
The thing about kids, especially teenagers, is they have the constitution of a goat. They’ll sit back and eat anything and everything under the sun including spicy foods. Cooking with dad soon becomes about how many ways can we burn through our stomachs. We’re not all able to handle hot peppers and other major spices, … Read moreCooking With Dad: Beating the Spice Game
The holidays are all about the family and bringing them together even when they are far away. It doesn’t matter if you’re a dad of toddlers or a grandfather looking forward to a Christmas visit, cooking for the family over the holidays can be a Christmas tradition that lasts generations. We’re dads that like to … Read moreHoliday Traditions: Cooking for the Family
If you’re a cooking dad, you’ve probably already started thinking about your holiday menu. With the holidays right around the corner, there will be plenty of opportunities to try new and exciting recipes with your family. Whether you have a sweet tooth or prefer savory snacks, now is the time to pull out those recipe … Read moreEnjoy Being a Cooking Dad this Holiday Season
It’s not easy being a dad. We’re constantly being pulled from one place to other during the holidays by our jobs, wives, kids, etc. If you’re one of the many dads that cook during the holidays, then that’s one more thing that’s diverting your attention. You may love to cook, but who has the time … Read moreDads that Cook Crockpot Dinners Go on Santa’s Good List
When your kids get older, you find yourself heading out to the four corners of the earth taking them to everything from soccer practice to ballet recitals. There’s hardly time to breathe, let alone creating the healthy meals that dads that cook would like to. It’s easy to forego the fresh fruit and veggies in … Read moreFreshness Counts for Dads that Cook
One of the staple foods of any dad cooking for the family is the classic grilled cheese. It’s fast, it’s easy and boy is it tasty. Odds are your mom or dad taught you the same way to cook grilled cheese as everyone else. You heat a pan on the stove or use a hot … Read moreCooking For the Family: Spice Up Grilled Cheese