Ahead of Father’s Day this year, what better way to treat the biggest of dads than with a range named after him? Introducing…the Big Daddy range from Iceland and The Food Warehouse. From the frozen BBQ Atlantic Salmon (£4.00, 245g) to the now chilled variant of the Big Daddy Cheeseburgers (£3.00, 474g / 3 for £8.00) and Rump Steak (£4.00, 245g), Iceland has a meal for every father. With the weather heating up and BBQ season soon upon us, they’re perfect for dads with a licence to grill.
For customers seeking to make no missed-steak with their choice of BBQ food, Iceland’s Big Daddy Sirloin Steak (£5.00, 340g) and Iceland Big Daddy Rump Steak (£5.00, 454g) are the perfect choice! Ready to be grilled on the BBQ to your heart’s desire, Iceland have given dads the opportunity to have the ultimate steak experience.
The Food Warehouse is also exclusively offering the Big Daddy Who’s the Daddy Rump Steak (£7.00, 700g) for those after a meaty feast, and the Big Daddy Salt & Pepper Pork Loin Steak (£5.00, 600g) for those wanting that pre-prepped flavour!
Those legendary dads who deserve all things cheesy can feast their eyes on the Big Daddy Cheeseburger (£3.00, 474g). Juicy, succulent, and mouth-watering, the Big Daddy Cheeseburger (£3.00, 474g) is available on Iceland’s 3 for £8.00 offer, topped with a slice of melted cheese and is sure to be an absolute BBQ banger. For the ultimate pairing, customers can sandwich the burger inside the fluffy and soft Warburtons 4pk Large Sliced Rolls (£1.00).
Customers looking to ditch the meat can get their hands on Iceland’s Big Daddy BBQ Atlantic Salmon Fillet with Cedar Plank (£4.00, 245g). Laid out on a sleek plank, the delicious sticky and smoky BBQ flavoured salmon is bound to be a catch.
Shoppers can also spice up the evening with the Big Daddy Hot & Spicy Chicken Skewer (£5.00, 700g) – available only at The Food Warehouse. The chicken pieces are so big, they need two skewers – perfect for those Big Daddy’s with big appetites.
For more information about Iceland’s range, please visit: www.iceland.co.uk