I have used it camping and on the boat. It's not as good as my huge cast iron dutch oven
(that is only used camping, too bulky for the boat) but it does a nice job on cobblers, corn bread, cake, anything that doesn't need a real crusty crust. You cook in bags, with the food
contained inside the bag, so it sort of steams. I think it's something like the effect of a pressure cooker; less fuel
for more heat. I have done stoups and stews in it as well, and meals
that were vacuum sealed before embarking and needing only heating
I never did meat, because I put that on the weber, but I suspect you could poach a chicken or fish
nicely in it as well. It'd not big or heavy or expensive, so it's an easy addition. I suspect you could rig up something similar with small old metal ice cube tray liners or whatever.