"I would like to hear what other do with their stoves."
We most often do something simple like red beans and rice with some kind of veggie thrown in, or pasta and red sauce, again with some veggies added. Other times we get more elaborate, but when doing multiple courses we wind up having some of it cool off a bit so we lean more towards one pot type stuff.
A bag of salad tops off a simple meal nicely.
Fresh local veggies are great and we have done just about whatever we found fresh and local. Some of it is boiled stuff like corn on the cob, cabbage, potatoes, etc. If we can get fresh green beans, squash, zucchini, tomatoes, cucumbers, or lettuce we grab it up.
Stir fry type stuff works well too, either from scratch or from a bag.
We found chili that we liked in a box (I forget the brand) and also ate some canned stuff like baked beans.
We tend to do more elaborate multiple dish meals when we have a fire to cook some stuff on and keep things warm.
We have done things like eggs (fried, hard boiled, soft boiled), fried potatoes, or pancakes, but usually just eat a granola bar or oatmeal in camp and eat second breakfast on the road.
This message was edited by staehpj1 on 10-6-08 @ 9:36 AM