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Spoil your dad this Father's Day with quirky kitchen gadgets

Spoil your dad this Father's Day with quirky kitchen gadgets: Image 5 This June 21st is set to be unlike any other Father's Day in our memory, and many of us will not be able to give our dad the hug we'd like. Whether or not you will be spending time with your dad, show him how much he means to you with a special delivery for the kitchen – from a cast iron spice grinder to smoked salt.

All products can be purchased from www.souschef.co.uk

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Give dad some instant Michelin mojo with Stuart Gardiner's 'Head Chef' double oven glove! The towel features roasting times, chopping guides and temperature conversion tables on your chef's tattooed arms – giving you the extra edge while you cook.

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Does your dad love a really good gadget? The Anova Precision Cooker Nano sous vide circulator makes it incredibly easy to achieve professional-level cooking results at home.

Simply attach the cooker to any water-filled pot, place the food in a sealable bag, then set the time and temperature. The Anova Precision Cooker Nano heats and circulates the water to a precise temperature, cooking food to an exact temperature which creates maximum tenderness and moisture retention (without worry of overcooking).

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Tread dad to some of the most highly-regarded dried pasta in Italy! The pasta is made in the city of Gragnano which is renowned for its pasta-making history and has protected IGP status. Legend has it the streets of Gragnano are specifically laid out to allow coastal winds and mountain breezes to flow through the streets and dry citizen's fresh pasta as it hung on rods in front of each house. Choose between orecchiette, spaghetti, linguine, conchiglione, and many more. All shapes come in stylish resealable 500g boxes and cost £5.95.

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Skeppshult is a Swedish forge, who has been making cast iron kitchenware since 1906. These thoroughly modern spice grinders are a fantastic way to create signature spice blends for curries, or to grind black pepper fresh at the table before you eat. The heavy duty grinders will dispatch hard spices such as cloves, allspice and coriander seeds with total ease.

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A great gift for any dad who loves to present food with a little drama at the table! Beautiful pink Himalayan salt can be heated (slowly) or cooled to extreme temperatures – so you can either sear seafood at the table, or serve balls of salted caramel ice-cream. The salt block will season your food, and can even cure it in front of your eyes. It's great for sashimi fish.

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Let your Dad take his lunch game to the next level with a jar of Pommery wholegrain mustard. Well-balanced with a rich, nutty flavour, it's the perfect partner for a grilled cheese sandwich - get spreading!

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Once you try this salt you'll want to sprinkle it on every dish you make! It's particularly good on grilled meat, fish and vegetables – so a great gift for any dad who loves to barbecue. Smoky, slightly sweet and deeply savoury, this salt is a real secret weapon in the kitchen that takes ordinary recipes to another level. It's great with a Bloody Mary cocktail, too.

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A gift for every dad who loves to bake – this baguette-shaped banneton is ideal for creating beautiful long loaves at home. The ridges mark the dough with concentric ridges, which helps add even more crunch to the crust.

 
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