When dads get serious about cooking, it’s time for chili. It probably started with a recipe out of a cookbook, but he’s tinkered with it. Eventually he writes his own recipe on a coffee stained piece of paper hidden in a drawer. Over the years, his list of ingredients and spices has grown, and the recipe has changed, and the list -- like the American constitution -- is a living, breathing document of history, just with way more crossouts and swears.
Pair it with: “Pass a bottle of Josh Cabernet there, amigo. Firm tannins need spice to reveal those luscious fruit flavors, dark raspberry, and plum.”