You can cook just about anything on a grill. If you are cooking solely on a campfire, then you can do things like vegetable kabobs (skewer chunks of vegetables like tomatoes, mushrooms, peppers, etc on a LONG skewer and hold over the fire til they are roasted), you can put foil wrapped potatoes directly in the hot coals and bake them that way, you can make smores. If you have a grill, bring along a cast iron skillet too. You can make eggs and toast for breakfast, you can make pancakes if you want, grilled meat loaf sandwiches are nice (mix 1 lb meat with 1/4 cup panko bread crumbs and some seasonings, top with bbq sauce and grill til the middle of the meatloaf reaches 165 on a meat thermometer then eat on toasted bread), and of course you can cook anything you can normally grill like fish, chicken, hamburgers, etc. For sides, you can do baked beans in the skillet too or even heat them in foil. .Grilled corn on the cob is good.
at 3:34 PM on May. 26, 2009