Surprisingly I don't have any pictures of my kit.
I have two Primus Stoves. Both were gifts. I looked up the price and was shocked. I hope they got a good deal.
Two fuel cans. I only carry one stove and fuel can if i'm by myself.
A small teapot I use to boil water for my instant coffee. A camping mug. One plate, one bowl, One sharp knife,
one fork, one spoon, a small spatula, one can opener. A small pot and fry pan from Wally-world. A tiny cutting board, A can of PAM, One sponge,
one dish towel and a bottle of "Camp-Suds" and a plastic shopping bag or two for trash. It all packs up nice and tight.
When it comes to cooking, I keep it pretty plain. When I was in Alaska I ate a lot of Ramen because it was CHEAP, easy and filling.
I like to carry fruit like apples and oranges that don't get bruised easily. They're a good pick me up in the middle of the day.
Also I've been known to carry a loaf of bread and a jar of peanut butter. Don't use a gasoline powered stove to make toast. It makes it taste
like burnt hair smells. And I usually have granola bars on me. And ALWAYS extra on drinking water.
For a good breakfast I get the Bisquick shake'n pour mix for easy pancakes. You can carry syrup if you want but I don't.
Cut up a potato, let it fry up in the pan for a bit. The best thing about a potato is you can add anything you want to it.
I like diced onions and peppers in mine. Garlic is good too. If I do have eggs which is only If I buy them at a campground,
I throw them in with the potatoes when they're getting nice and brown and scramble the whole thing up.
The go-to favorite, one can chili and a bag of Fritos. (Usually for lunch or dinner)
For me it depends on where i'm going and how long I'll be gone and how many people there will be.
Overnight trips to the local campground mean I have room for a lot of fixins and beer.
Longer trips need more room for clothes and gear and less extravagant meals.
Two riders equals more room and more options for good eats.
A close store can mean you can cook anything you want if you can get your stove lit.
Trial and error folks. I once had to eat a dinner of granola bars and Mountain Dew.