I'm heading out for a several day camping trip with the family in a few weeks and we started putting our menu together last night. One of the meals that often gets put on there is German rice but we substitute in beets for the sauerkraut. It's an easy meal to make and it becomes enjoyable because we get to hang out around a campfire for an hour or so as everything boils and cooks in the big bushpot. It's also fun to do late in the week because it's kind of like a stew or casserole, you put whatever you want in there and it's a great way to consume leftovers. When I used to hunt with my stepfather, cooking maple-flavored bacon with eggs on the tailgate with a coleman propane stove was how we often started our mornings when turkey hunting. Chili was often the name of the game for deer hunting, often using venison from something harvested early in the year or from last year's hunt if we had some still frozen. Coffee isn't a meal but I do love coffee. I've upgraded (father's day gift) to a stanley french press this year instead of using a percolator. I'm pretty excited about it and I'm trying to figure out if I want to grind everything in advance or smash up the beans while I'm up there at the campsite. What are some of your favorite camping meals, snacks, or nutritional pleasures you like to enjoy outside?