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Set the Bar
For Father’s Day this year, give Dad the stylish tools he’ll need to man the barbecue all summer long.
Who knew a bent nail could be turned into such a chic and utilitarian device? The bottle opener comes in walnut, right, and beechwood.
$14 each, areaware.com
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A Brooklyn butcher shop’s eponymous book delivers everything you need to know about cutting and cooking meat.
By Artisan, $38, indiebound.org
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Keep It Tidy
This handsome, heavy-duty Japanese apron can go from the grilling station to the workbench.
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A Sharp Style
Sleek and balanced, these stainless-steel serrated steak knives slice through rib eyes and chops with ease.
By Laguiole, 100 for 4, williams-sonoma.com
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Upgrade Dad’s condiment collection with ketchup that’s free of high-fructose corn syrup and artificial additives.
$29 for three 8.5-oz. jars, first-field.com
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The versatile enameled cast-iron skillet sits directly on the grill.
By Martha Stewart Collection, $70, macys.com
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Grill after dark with the Vizz headlamp. It boasts dimmable LED lights and up to 110 hours of burn time.
By Princeton Tec, $50, rei.com
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Fill this retro, scratch-resistant cooler with Dad’s beverage of choice. The lid locks to prevent (horrors!) spillage.
By Amerihome, $70, brookstone.com
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