Don't worry about bringing home the bacon -- it's already on your doorstep. This Bacon Doormat was made in the United States and it's machine washable. $19 at

Stop eating Nutella out of the jar and mix it up a bit with 30 new recipes from the "Nutella Cookbook." It's a hardcover 63-page book. $13 at

The 4-ounce White Castle Scented Candle comes in a rectangular ceramic holder that looks and smells like the real thing. $12 at

The Casa Maria set of two 9-Inch Pre-Seasoned Cast Iron Fajita Pans does most of the work for you so you can have an easy steak or fajita night. The pans come pre-seasoned, and they're cast iron so you can move them from stovetop or oven straight to the table. $25 at

You'll always have Heineken or Newcastle Brown Ale on tap via the Krups Beertender, which is a five-liter countertop machine that keeps beer fresh for up to 30 days. It uses internal carbonation to serve a cool brew (there are three temperature settings) with foam every time. $150 at

Included in this kit are step-by-step instructions and everything he'll need to make his own whiskey in three to six months. It can be refilled and reused more than five times. $150 for a two-pack of 170 ml bottles of 110-proof White Dog unaged whiskey at

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To elevate the shaving experience, the Full Size Kit With Pure Badger Black Brush features handcrafted accessories. It includes pre-shave oil, shaving cream, after-shave balm and a shaving brush. $115 at

These iPhone 5 docks are made from vintage maple laminate golf clubs, and each club is one of a kind (so they may vary from the image). It comes with a USB lightning cord to charge a phone. $150 at

Elevate pizza night with the Pizzacraft 14-inch Glazed Round Pizza Stone with Handles because it lets you evenly cook the pizza on the grill or in the oven. It's made from a glazed cordierite, which is durable so your pizza will have a uniformed brown crust no matter how high the heat. $50 at

Fold up the legs of this traveling grill, then roll it to your car. When he's ready to cook -- it's roomy enough for 18 burgers -- Dad can use the mix-and-match grill, stovetop or griddle. Grill is $249 at; stovetop ($20) and griddle ($35), sold separately.