If you're planning on making a special meal for your dad this Sunday then you can't go wrong with a steak.
It's simple, delicious and pretty easy to cook.
And if that isn't appealing enough the supermarkets are slashing prices and bringing out mammoth size steaks especially for Father's Day.
Aldi, 16oz rump steak £4.99
The budget supermarket is selling an extra thick 'Big Daddy' rump steak for under a fiver. They will be available in stores from Thursday, June 15 - just in time for the special day.
To cook the huge slab of meat experts say cook them over a high heat in either a grill or well-oiled pan for the best result.
If you’re frying it, the cooking guidelines are six to eight minutes for a rare streak, nine to 10 minutes for medium and 10 to 13 minutes for well done.
And on the grill (under a medium-high heat), it’s eight to 10 minutes for rare, 12 to 14 for medium and 14 to 16 for well done, although please be aware that these are guidelines only.
The supermarket says the super steak weighs six times more than the average.
Morrisons butcher, Darren Spauls says: "The Tomahawk will offer dads this Father's Day the ultimate carnivore experience, however if you can't defeat the beast alone, the steak will serve two to three people"
Darren recommends cooking the steak by frying and sealing it first, for around three minutes each side, before browning in the oven for a further 25 minutes for a medium steak.
Available between between Thursday, June 16th and Sunday, June 18th.
Tesco's sirloin steak is currently in its Father's Day offers. The cut of meat has been matured for 28 days.
Cook in a heavy based frying pan over high heat for 2-3 minutes until smoking. Then place the steak in the dry pan and cook over a high heat for 1 minute each side. Reduce heat to medium and continue to cook for a further 2 minutes each side (rare), 3 minutes each side (medium) or 4 minutes each side (well done). Allow steak to rest for 3 minutes before serving.
These instructions are given as a guidelines only as steak thickness will vary slightly.
Available until Sunday, June 18.
Asda's steak has been expertly hand trimmed and slowly matured for tenderness and a fuller flavour.
To cook pre-heat the grill to medium and carefully place under the grill and cook to your liking. For rare cook for 4 minutes on each side, for medium cook for 5 minutes on each side and for well done cook for 7-8 minutes on each side.
To shallow fry brush the steak with oil and season with salt and pepper (optional). Preheat your pan over a high heat, then reduce to medium and carefully place the steak in the pan and cook to your liking. For rare cook for 3 minutes on each side, for medium cook for 4 minutes on each side and for well done cook for 6-7 minutes on each side.
Available until Sunday, June 18.
If you've never cooked a steak before, and don't fancy your chances on Father's Day, then Sainsbury's has a great meaty alternative.
Its British steak hash in London Porter gravy is made with polenta potatoes, marinated braised British beef and extra mature Cheddar cheese.
Sainsbury's says: "We've given humble hash a gourmet makeover, with succulent British beef brisket served hand pulled in a rich Porter and red wine gravy. Topped with crispy polenta-crusted potatoes and a sprinkling of tangy Barber's Cheddar, it takes comfort food to a whole new level."
Simply pop remove its outer packaging and pop it in the oven.