As a stay-at-home mom with a partner who comes home right around the time everyone wants dinner, I am the designated family chef. We've fallen into a groove that works for pretty much everyone involved. However, just because circumstances dictated that I do the majority of the work when it comes to meals, doesn't mean that my partner is no longer involved in this very important (and time consuming) aspect of our family's life. For he is a grown-ass man, and there are things every grown-ass man does to help with meals.
In the earliest days of my relationship, my partner and I ate whenever the hell we felt like it. My dinners usually consisted of something cereal based, and he ate almost exclusively from the hot dog food group. As we got older (and, not coincidentally, moved into an apartment with a dishwasher), we began to make cooking and eating dinner together a priority. Part of this was in preparation for having a family: shared meals had been an important aspect of our respective childhoods, and were something we wanted to emulate when we had children. So, we established a routine of taking turns who cooked (and cleaned up) each night. It really got us into the habit of thinking of cooking as something we were both responsible for, which has definitely helped post-kids.
Now, per my own example as a stay-at-home-mom who does pretty much all the cooking: different situations will call for different divisions of labor. But the point is, a grown-ass man recognizes that divisions of labor within the household are (or, at the very least, should be) created because they're beneficial to all involved, and not because they're following a predetermined social standard perpetuated by gender stereotypes. No, a grown-ass man is going to do the following things to help with meals because, well, we're all adults here, and adults know how to cook.