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Are you cooking for a father this weekend? Here are some of the recipes we’re loving right now, from the Recipe Finder.

For a snack or appetizer, nosh on Smoked Pimento Cheese (pictured above), made with smoked cheddar, fire-roasted peppers and herbes de Provence.


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We’re also enjoying Lourdes’s Deviled Eggs With Foie Gras and Tuna, which make a decadent cold snack on a hot day.


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Now, the main event: If you’re grilling and eat meat, we suggest steak. This Brown Sugar-Chili Flank Steak gets a head start marinating overnight, so all you have to do on Sunday is prep the grill.


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No meat, no grill? These Veggie PornBurgers are pan-fried, creating a nice, crispy exterior.


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Grilled Fingerling Potatoes can be made earlier in the day and served at room temperature (useful if you’ll be making the steak for the main course).


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Or if you’re without a grill, make Crushed Potatoes With Horseradish Cream — you can make these up to three days in advance and reheat them before serving.


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For something green, try a Roasted Zucchini, Potato and Burrata Salad. It’s got an interesting variety of lesser-used greens, like mustard, dandelion and mache.

Round out the meal with the freshest fruit you can get — strawberries, blueberries or nectarines, for example.

And for dessert, something cold seems fitting (and ideal to be made ahead!):


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Venetian Iced Raspberry Cream is like a cross between ice cream and mousse; you don’t even need an ice cream maker.


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Sunrise Granita is another easy, no-special-equipment-needed recipe.


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Or go classic with Root Beer Float Ice Cream. For this one, you’ll need an ice cream maker.