Andy and I loaded up the KLRs and went camping over the weekend. Photos and ride report are here: <http://adventuresidecar.com/?p=1425> . I didn't take the dutch oven, but I did take my old #8 Lodge cast iron skillet. We had hoe cakes, bacon, eggs and potatoes for breakfast! Hoe Cakes are a variation of corn pone, using boiling water instead of cold water or milk, fried instead of baked. A pinch of salt, a bit of baking powder(optional), equal parts cornmeal and boiling water. Combine dry ingredients and add boiling water, mixing to a thick mush. In an iron skillet get a generous amount of oil or bacon grease very, very hot(popping, just short of smoking). Dollop wads of mush into the oil, mashing them flat into patties. Fry until crisp and golden brown. Flip and do the other side. [bacon,eggs, taters & hoe cakes] Serve hot with honey or molasses. The trick is to get the oil really hot and get them crisp.