What type of system do you plan to cook with? Over fire, small coleman, big ole grill, what? Makes a big difference. I have about everything you can think of to cook with. From DO's up to super grills and griddles. There is so much you can do, depends on what you have with you to cook with. I have an easy vegetable fry that has always been a hit. One of the things always asked to be cooked. Simpy marinate chicken breasts in teriyaki. Then cook them up. Slice up some onions and start to caramelize them while you cut up the chicken. Slice up some yellow, red, and orange sweet peppers and toss them in. Cook vegetables to your preferred taste (some like them near snapping raw, some like them super cooked and bendy) and toss in the chicken. I usually won't add any more teriyaki, but will spice it up a bit. A little cayanne for a kick, or just simple seasoning salt (and can toss in sliced jalapeno's if you like or red pepper flakes for heat instead). I like to do a mixture of stuff, mostly since I do alot of camp cookouts and big events (and a TON of deer/elk/fishing camps as well). Deep fried turkey always is a hit. Make sure to season inside and out. If you inject, do it at least 24 hours in advance to let the injection points seal back up (if you do it right before you fry, will sear down into the breast, drying out the turkey). I will bring out my small fryers and do fresh home made french fries, fresh beer battered (onion rings, fries, fish, put whatever in this line lol). I'll also do big fry ups of chicken on my grills. For breakfast, I pull out my big griddles. These are restaurant quality, and they're big. So I can do alot on them. I'll cheat a bit here. I'll buy the big thing of OreIda hashbrowns. I can do 1-2 of the 6# bags at a time on each griddle. Of course on the other griddle (I usually run at least 2 at a time) I'll do the bacon, sausage, etc. Then run pancakes, french toast, eggs, etc. An easy thing to do is freezer bag omelets. Take heavy duty freezer bags (ones that are about sandwich bag sized) and toss in some whipped eggs. Toss in some cheese, ham, whatever you want in them. Get a big pot of hot water and just toss them in. Take them out occasionally and kneed the bags. Helps stir them up a bit and cook them thoroughly. Wait till they are about solid and pull them out and eat. Depending on your stock pot (I have a few in a variety of sizes) you can do a dozen or so at a time. Helps to have the person write their name on the bags with permanent ink so they know which is theirs. Those are a couple quick ones. Have fancier. Seafood stews, SOS, etc. But I even have portable ovens to bake with. LOL.