A few years ago, I took my mother camping at Whistler, B.C. The campground was full of rental RVs, and everyone around us was busy cooking the usual (Hamburgers & Hotdogs). No imagination. While my mother sat at the picnic table reading (she isn't used to someone cooking for her except at a restaurant), I got busy cooking. When I set our plates on the table, she looked and asked what it was. I told her the main dish was grilled-seared Ahi Tuna, chicken fried rice, and cauliflower drizzled in hollandaise sauce (I was a little loud). A lot of heads turned our way, and several campers walking by stopped to soak in the smells. Last year at Oregon Country Fair, I finally broke down and made a grilled hamburger. It was using ground Elk meat, and stuffed with crumbled blue cheese and salad shrimp, on an onion bun. Breakfasts can be a little simpler. Pancakes and 6 egg pizza omelet. For larger groups, I do stews, chicken fajitas, and a meatball dish that a friend showed us in the slow cooker (everyone calls it Kaylee's Balls).