I enjoyed cooking over an open fire when we camped out. I used to package up all the dry ingredients for Scones, then I just had to add the shortening and the milk. The scones could then be cooked in a cast iron skillet.
In amongst our camping gear was a set of cast iron fry pans and a Dutch Oven. In those three pans along with some aluminum foil most meals could be cooked successfully.
We also had a two sided long handled pan that would serve as a receptacle for two slices of buttered bread, when you added toppings to the bread the two sides were clamped together and held over the fire. You could make toast or for lunch you could add pepperoni and cheese to some pizza sauce spread on that bread, or in the evening sitting around the campfire you could spread pie filling or jam on those pieces of bread to make a toasty dessert.
I still have that long handled pan in the garage someplace. My cast iron fry pans have all been cleaned up ( they get really sooty being used over an open fire) I still use them every once in a while…they make a delicious peach upside down cake…and that Dutch Oven makes the best pot of vegetable soup several times a year.