Perfect gifts your Jewish dad will love this Father’s Day

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For the comedy lover…

New York Times bestseller, “Is This Anything?” is Jerry Seinfeld’s first book in almost three decades. The book is a collection of Seinfeld’s comedic writings and best jokes over the span of his 45-year. The title is based on the main question a comedian asks when they are testing out new material.

For the mensch…

If you dad is a big beverage guy and a mensch, this gift is the perfect combination of practical and thoughtful!

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For the home cook…

Eden Grinshpan’s new cookbook “Eating Out Loud” was published this fall and has been named one of the best cookbooks of the year. It features bold Middle Eastern flavors for “all day, every day,” a tribute to the Top Chef host’s Israeli heritage and travels. 

For the history buff… 

Letters to Camondo” by Edmund de Waal takes readers into the life of the fabulously wealthy Camondos figured among Paris’s most prominent French Jews. The book, which came out last month, is a collection of imaginary letters from Edmund de Waal to Moise de Camondo, the banker and art collector who created a spectacular house in Paris, now the Musée Nissim de Camondo, and filled it with the greatest private collection of French eighteenth-century art.

“The book follows de Waal as he wanders from room to room in the museum, commenting on its treasures and offering quietly profound reflections on French Jewish history, the nature of collecting and the vicissitudes of memory,” Maurice Samuels wrote in a New York Times review. “At the end of the book, de Waal wrestles with his own ambivalence about serving as a guardian of the Jewish past.”

For the simple man… 

Socks are always a classic go-to. These “oy vey” socks elevate the typically dull gift into something a bit more individual.

For the bagels and lox lover… 

If your dad is a Jewish deli food lover, this is a classic read he might want to add to his shelf.

In “Russ & Daughters: Reflections and Recipes from the House that Herring Built,” the former owner/proprietor of the beloved appetizing store on Manhattan’s Lower East Side tells the delightful, mouthwatering story of an immigrant family’s journey from a pushcart in 1907 to “New York’s most hallowed shrine to the miracle of caviar, smoked salmon, ethereal herring, and silken chopped liver.” (New York Times)

For the dressy dad… 

Star of David cufflinks? Say no more. This is the perfect gift for a dad who wants to add a little something extra to his suit.

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For the true crime lover…

Retired New York Times writer, Margalit Fox, was a long­time mem­ber of the Time’s Obit­u­ary News Depart­ment where she wrote thousands of obituaries including front-page pub­lic send­offs to some of the lead­ing cul­tur­al fig­ures of our age.

In her newest book, she tackles the astonishing true story of two World War I prisoners who pulled off one of the most ingenious escapes of all time.

For the board game lover… 

This special Jerusalem edition of Monopoly is a must-have for anyone who loves board games and the holy land.

For the sentimental dad…

Show dad how much you love him with a custom journal. The guided prompts give you easy, clever ideas for your writings, and surely dad will cherish the words for a long time to come!

Last but not least… The gift that’s free

We know the joke is “call your mother.” But hey, I’m sure dad wouldn’t mind a call either.

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