Beef

Elementos Malbec

Jon had this wine at his co-worker's asado, medium-bodied for a malbec, eminently drinkable

http://www.elesteco.com.ar/comex_eng/index.htm

Snap Dragon 2008

A strong red which would pair well with Italian or grilling. $6, Trader Joe's

http://www.snapdragonwine.com/index.cfm?method=pages.showPage&pa...

Tamari Reserva

Strong, dark, tannic and peppery.

http://www.tamari.com.ar/

Jon's Chili

There is no "real" recipe to Jon's chili beyond the base set of ingredients and improvisation with spices and available ingredients. If there are fresh peppers, they go in. If there's homemade salsa, it definitely goes in. Beer (Shiner Bock I find is best) cuts the spice level nicely without removing the flavor.

I sautee the onion/garlic/jalapenos until tender, then add the meat and brown it. Add the tomatoes and cook for 5 minutes, then add whole habaneros and the first spices (salt, pepper, first group of spices). Add 4 cups of water and some beer and bring to a boil.

Chili
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Guinness Cottage Pie

This is an abomination, mixing in Guinness into a cottage pie.
The Guinness stew recipe parts are pulled from this recipe; the Shepherd's (lamb) and Cottage pie ingredients have been pulled from here and Epicurious. Cooking for Engineers has a nice pictoral guide.

Guinness Cottage Pie/Stew
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Bernice's Brisket

This is Audrey's family's brisket recipe. Sort of like a potroast, but made on the stovetop. It has a sweet and savory sauce. It's really easy to freeze leftovers and reheat - almost better that way!

Bernice's Brisket
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