So if you plan on going camping this spring, check out all the ideas of what you can cook out in the wilderness. An excerpt:
If you don't want to bring any gear, hobo packs are definitely the way to go, especially if you're willing to do a little pre-trip prep work. I avoid uncooked meat in hobo packs since it's tricky to gauge when it's cooked correctly, but artensial pre-cooked sausage/salami or cooked-at-home-and-chilled-in-the-cooler meat are both easy. It's a good idea to parboil potatoes beforehand, too, otherwise they take forever to cook. Here are some tasty hobo pack combos: apples in heaven (apples, cheese, and salami), the hobo's delight (sausage, potatoes, mushrooms, onions, and a little beer), the flatulator (cheese, salsa, beans, green chiles, and optional meat), and camp stew (potatoes, carrots, celery, onions, rosemary, meat, and a little wine or beer). When you cook hobo packs, start prepping the fire at least an hour beforehand to make sure you have a good supply of coals. Surround the hobo packs with coals and turn every 5 to 10 minutes. If the fire's right, a hobo pack should take about 15 to 20 minutes to cook.
You can read Kalakalot's entire answer here.
Kalakalot's answer is so great, in fact, it's been chosen as this week's Answer of the Week! Both RM and Kalakalot have won a $25 gift certificate to Pagliaccis Pizza, which probably won't do them much good while camping, but will definitely come in handy when they get home and are too tired from the trip to cook.