My wife is a great cook, and while we were younger and had kids at home she cooked dinner virtually every night, along with all the other homemaking stuff because I worked much later than she did. As we got older, I started cooking more and more, both inside and out. Now that we are empty nesters and she tutors kids in math until 10:00 most every night, we eat out more than I like, but I now do probably 75% of the cooking, inside and out. I started out as a breakfast specialist (pancakes, waffles, eggs, breakfast tacos, etc.) and branched out to everything else. She does pretty much all the baking, though. My daughter married a guy who manages the meat department at a local supermarket. He goes to work at 3:00 AM and gets back home at noon or so. He cooks supper every night and is a darn good cook, although he pretty much just wings it as far as recipes go.
BBQ Apprentice - Old Country Brazos offset, 22.5 WSM, Various gassers, portable grills, etc.