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.