Father's Day may inherently revolve a lot of backyard barbecue adventures. But when it comes to gifts, random kitchen appliances that make bacon bowls and other modern miracles of questionable tech will take the cake. 

Behold, culinary items he won't already have (and are all available via Amazon's speedy shipping). 

1. Waffle Bowl Maker

It's a completely responsible purchase. Making his own waffle bowls at home could save him trips to the ice cream parlor and hundreds of cents a year. 

2. Bacon Bowl Maker

On the subject of bowls, when something's not broken, add bacon. 

3. Hamilton Beach Breakfast Sandwich Maker

It's the end-all hangover cure he'll never want to clean. 

4. Retro Series Pop-Up Hot Dog Toaster

It cooks two regular sized or extra plump hot dogs at a time. That's important. 

5. VonShef Deluxe Electric Mini Donut Maker

Reminder: There's a Dunkin' Donuts two blocks from the house. 

6. Euro Cuisine Yogurt Maker

For when he's too lazy to fry an egg, but will definitely whip up a batch of homemade yogurt. 

7. SuperPretzel Soft Pretzel Maker

It even includes a cheese melting pod, because God bless America. 

8. Salad Maker - Electronic Shredder

Slightly moving your hand back and forth to cut vegetables was a huge personal strain. Stop making such big sacrifices. 

9. Progressive International Microwavable S'Mores Maker

Because everything has to be easier. Damn Millennials...

10. Churro Maker Churrera

But really, why not? 

11. Hostess Mini Cupcakes Maker

Now he'll be prepared on the off chance Hostess abandons us to the cold, cruel world once again. 

12. Darth Vader Light Saber Handheld Immersion Blender

Mixing everything from "mashed potatoes to martinis," this is an heirloom to be passed down from generation to generation. 

What's Hot on TheStreet

Respect the stock charts: Don't feel too relieved by volatile tech name Nvidia (NVDA) finishing in the green on Monday June 12 after a violent selloff.

Nvidia Corporation underwent a "key reversal" on Friday that could send the stock plunging another 36%, BMO technical analyst Russ Visch said in a new note. Visch points out that normally, these pullbacks tend to lead to the stock falling back to its 200-day moving average. In the case of Nvidia, the 200-day moving average is $96.70, or $36% below Monday's closing price of $149.97. "Considerable downside risk exists here," said Visch.

On Friday June 9, shares of Nvidia were off to another big rally, hitting new all-time highs of $168.50 following an analyst pontificating that the stock could surge to $300. But the party abruptly ended Friday afternoon and continued into most of Monday's trading session. The reversal in one of the hottest tech stocks around spooked the market, pressuring shares of other high-flyers in the space such as Amazon (AMZN) and Apple (AAPL) .

Apple and innovation: The reality is that the public and would-be buyers of Apple's stock harbor greater doubts about Apple's ability to innovate than in many years, reports TheStreet. Apple Inc did nothing to quiet those concerns by introducing its new voice-activated speaker, sources explained to TheStreet.

Yet another Tesla bull: A new day, yet another Wall Street firm with some bold proclamations on electric car maker Tesla (TSLA) . Tesla Inc shares were upgraded to buy from hold on Tuesday by Berenberg, citing the company's "disruptive potential" in the auto industry. The company could have a "near-monopolistic" opportunity to gain market share and outperform rivals, Berenberg writes.

The firm sees Tesla shares surging about 30% from Monday's closing price to $464.

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