What do you get the guy who has everything for Father’s Day? Could he use another set of golf clubs? Probably not. Is he low on cologne? Yes, but he’d rather sport his own musk. Gift-giving is tough, but we think we found the one thing that’ll impress dad this year: the Father’s Day Burger Beast Box. Created by Miami’s ultimate enthusiast, Sef Gonzalez (a.k.a. Burger Beast), the special edition package includes everything you need to make eight delicious, bacon-topped burgers. Each box is $75 and is available to preorder now for free delivery on June 19 and 20, ahead of the big day.
Though Gonzalez considers himself more of a purist when it comes to toppings, he curated the box for dads who love to man a barbecue. “Normally, I like to go the American cheese, mustard, onion and pickle route, but this box was intended for grilling—and that’s a whole different thing for me,” he says, pointing to a handful of ingredients selected specifically for cooking over an open flame. Inside there’s Tillamook cheddar and slabs of “some real-deal bacon” from Babe’s Meat & Counter in Palmetto Bay, plus his signature Beast Sauce—which can be repurposed for wings or ribs if you’re slinging more than burgers. The beef, sourced from Sunshine Provisions in Hallandale, and Martin’s potato rolls are both Burger Beast staples.
As for the only non-edible inclusion—a clever mask with an arrow pointing to the wearer’s mouth—that was his wife’s idea. “She thought it might be fun to create a mask with INSERT BURGER HERE, so we did and added the burger from the cover of my book, All About the Burger, to tie it all together,” says Gonzalez. Clearly, behind every burger-loving man, there stands a marketing savvy woman.
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