Do-It-Yourself outdoor cooking can be a fun experience, particularly if you are camping in the wild or if you prefer a garden party with your family and friends. Learning a survival skill well is very resourceful, which is just one of the advantages of outdoor cooking.
Furthermore, outdoors cooking means that you’re most likely doing manual food preparation. There are foods that are typically high in carbohydrates, and it is exactly what hikers and campers need. Obviously, if you are going on a camping voyage you will not be able to bring a fresh cut of meat. As an alternative you will have to used dried meats, noodles, and possibly a stock of potatoes to see you all the way through.
In addition, you can create a small fire and make use of a pie iron over hot coals. A pie iron is an iron pan with an extended handle that can be useful for hotdogs, and bread. You can also make use of a Dutch oven that is made of aluminum or cast iron and has a cover where you can put hot coals.