Father's Day is great and all, but sometimes you need to take the edge off after year after year of breakfasts in bed and coupons for free hugs… and TY KU is here to help in the most delicious way possible! LOLz!
We're kidding of course! Nothing is ever bad about Father's Day when you're a daddy! An outward expression of thanks and gratitude for what you've done for your family isn't necessary, but it's welcomed!
This weekend, show dad you really care — by having mom make him one of these while he relaxes in the shade out in the back yard!
If you're a kid, we'd hope you wouldn't mess with this! Ha!
And of course, make sure dad drinks responsibly!!
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Women want flowers, chocolates and cupcakes when it's time to celebrate. Most men just want a good home cooked breakfast! Whip up these easy and tasty egg in cups for your baby daddy or daddy to be!
Baked Egg In Cups:
6 muffin cups
12 wonton wrappers
1 cup of crushed tomatoes (or leftover matbucha from Shabbat!)
2 green onions, chopped
Grease the muffin pan. Gently press 1 wonton wrapper in one muffin cup, along one side. Then, place another wrapper in the same cup along the other side. (the majority of the cup should be covered now with both wonton wrappers) Continue filling all the cups with the remaining wrappers in the same way. Place 1 tablespoon crushed tomatoes in each cup. Break an egg in a clear cup, after checking to make sure there is no blood, gently fold the egg into the wonton wrapper cups. Top with green onions. Fill all of the muffin cups in the same way. Bake in oven on 350′ until eggs are set and yolks are still slightly runny, about 20 minutes.
You can see more of Nina Safar's recipes by following her on Facebook HERE and at the always fab Kosher In The Kitch!
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No matter where in the world your Father is, don't forget to take time to call him and express your love and gratitude on Father's Day. If you are blessed to have a Dad who loves you unconditionally, always has your back, is proud of who you are, is always cheering you on and is someone you can count on for advice and support, then you hit the jackpot. Celebrate the special connection with your Dad on Father's Day and remind him how lucky you feel that he is your Father. Your Dad will appreciate your heartfelt gesture.
- Party planner and relationship expert extraordinaire, Amy Malin
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Sometimes the best present a dad can get on Father’s Day is a little peace and quiet!
Jack Nicholson played a round of golf with a friend at Bel Air Country Club on Sunday.
Nothing like a little fresh air!
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Do some nice for your dad this Father’s Day and make him a cocktail. Here’s one to get you started.
Bulleit Rye Smash
– 2 to 3 Fresh mint leaves
– 2 Lemon wedges
– .75 oz Stirrings Simple Syrup
– 1 oz Water
– 1.5 oz Bulleit Rye Whiskey
Garnish: Mint sprig
Glass: Old Fashioned
In a shaker, muddle the mint, lemon, simple syrup and water. Add the rye and fill with ice. Shake, and strain into an Old Fashioned glass filled with fresh crushed ice. Garnish with a sprig of mint.
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