Well, if we camp in an area with electric, I bring a crock pot.
Throw in a pound or so of boneless, skinless chicken breasts and pour on a jar of salsa - preferably something with a lot of substance to it, like beans and corn.
Set to "low" and hit the trail.
When you get back, you have ready-to-eat fajita-style chicken. We bring along a bag of soft flour tortillas, and all the "fixins" for tacos/burritos. I'll heat the tortillas up in a skillet, and it's time to eat.
I also like red beans and rice with sausage, especially on those cooler riding days.
And you can't beat the flavor of steaks grilled over hot coals. . .and corn on the cob heavily-buttered and wrapped in tin foil to grill.
Geez. Now I'm hungry. . .
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