Men have made lots of progress in home kitchens. Once women's work, cooking has become both a leisure activity and necessity.
But what about those men-folk who are still holding out, afraid that the ability to make a pot roast will decrease penis size? Companies that make high-end kitchen gear would still like to make some money from those fellas.
Wusthof's got the right idea. They've introduced Wusthof Outdoor Collection, a new line of hunting and fishing knives, just in time for Father's Day.
Surely other purveyors of cooking gear are also looking at the manly man crossover market.
Kitchenaid Boat Motor
With enough horsepower to propel Dad across a small pond or whip up a batch of pasta dough in a humid environment, he'll love this motor, which comes in a variety of colors, including blue steel, onyx and Catch Crappie for the Cure pink.
Caso Pro 1800 Induction Ice Fishing Melter
This top-of-the-line induction burner not only heats evenly, but it also replaces those cumbersome augers and burns a clean, perfect circle from which the walleye will leap.
Matfer Chinois Oil Filter
Help Dad pimp his ride inside and out. Why should his car's oil filter lack style? Matfer's streamlined design filters motor oil through non-porous exoglass, and it's dishwasher safe. Le Creuset Barbells
Get Dad pumped in Provencal French style with these super-heavy, colorful enameled cast-iron barbells. Guaranteed to not rust, no matter how much he sweats or vomits on them.
Magimix by Robot-Coupe Weed Whacker
With a super-powerful yet quiet motor intended for the busiest French kitchens, the Robot Coupe Weed Whacker lets the lawn-crazed Dad sneak out in the wee hours to stealthily get a leg up on the neighbor's weed-riddled yard in no time. Leave them feeling like they live in a barn before 8 a.m. without waking a soul.
Microplane Wood Shaper
Nothing tops Microplane's fine blades for grating perfection. So why not let Dad enjoy the rasp's ease in woodworking projects?
Like it was originally intended.
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