Roundup: The Dad’s Favorite Dishes

Roundup: The Dad’s Favorite Dishes

It’s Dad Week here on SPC and we couldn’t be more excited about it. Our husbands are silent supports with patient bellies (they have to eat the good, the bad and the ugly) who sit completely neglected at night as we peck away on our keyboards. It’s also so thoughtful that these wonderful men also offered to put their day jobs on the back burner this week to take over the site, allowing Ceri and I more time for shopping and facials.

If only that was the case. The best we can do is bring you some of our husband’s favorite recipes from the site. They also happen to be recipes from our homes.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Italian Roommate Pasta is actually inspired by one of Ben’s old roommates.

Rosemary and Dijon Lamb is one of Dan’s all-time favourite meals. I love how easy this dish is.

Strawberry Shortcake Sliders are a dessert that both Dan and Ben can’t turn down.

Toad in a Hole is a dish Dan grew up eating and he now shares this tradition with Scarlett. It’s also alarmingly easy on a busy morning.

Oat and Banana Pancakes with Chocolate Chips are the hands down favorite with the whole lot of us. We all love them so much, and this batch featuring yogurt in the batter are no exception.


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