Fatherís Day feasts with famous Kiwi dads
Breakfast in bed is a traditional way to celebrate Fatherís Day and with a little help in the kitchen, kids can wake dad up with a top-notch spread. |
The kind of breakfast the dad in your life would like depends on what sort of fella he is.
Maybe heís a traditional bloke like Sir Ed? An alternative type like Neil Finn? Or maybe heís an active, sporty type like Manu Vatuvei?
Thereís a breakfast option, or if heís lucky enough to get a sleep in, a brunch option to suit every dad.
Sir Edmond Hilary is possibly one of New Zealandís most well known dads.
He was the ultimate Kiwi bloke and we think he wouldíve liked the ultimate Kiwi breakfast.
Baked beans on toast with farm fresh eggs, bacon and sausages perhaps Ė oh and some toast with honey? Real Kiwi tucker through and through.
We think Neil Finn would like a more alternative breakfast cooked up.
Maybe a cafť style spread with a chorizo frittata or eggs bene with a homemade hollandaise.
Manu Vatuvei is out for the season recovering from shoulder surgery so we think he needs something sweet to keep him happy this Fatherís Day.
Pancakes with bacon and maple syrup should put a smile on his dial.
Whichever kind of dad you have, kick off the celebration the right way ó with a first class Fatherís Day feast.
We reckon the best gift for dads on Father's Day is a good feed.