I like the idea of eating something not made by pouring boiling water over mostly chemicals in a plastic bag - those days are in the rear view mirror for me (I know the adjusta-fork guys are even more pure). Plus, what else are you going to in the hours left after making camp ? (but before the single malt) I'm seeking practical, on the road recipes (stable, easy to find and carry ingredients), so not a general cookbook. I've bought Dirty Dining by Lisa Thomas -very helpful and great experience/perspective, but in the end (after the equipment bit up front) its only 10 or so recipes. The ideal would be a pdf ebook focused on road trip camping/cooking that could live on your phone or tablet. Anyone have any nominations?