We went camping last weekend at Lake Livingston State Park (East Texas). In the past if we did any cooking in camp it was either on the grill or using a Coleman camp stove. We grilled some burgers Friday night but on Saturday we had two Dutch Oven meals for six adults and two kids. I bought a new Lodge 14" oven last week before our trip and this was our first experience ever with a Dutch Oven. Made a Mountain Man Breakfast casserole in the morning and we used that to make breakfast tacos with flour tortillas. Turned out really good if a bit crispy on the bottom. For supper we made a Beef Stew using 3 lbs of cubed sirloin steak and had cornbread to go with it (cooked in an oven in the in-laws RV). Multiple lines of thunderstorms rolled through late afternoon/early evening while we were cooking but we were able to stay on task as we had a 10x10 EZ-Up to provide some shelter for the fire and the cooks. The stew turned out great, everyone loved it - even our 3 1/2 y.o. granddaughter and her friend. My wife was really skeptical about cooking for a group in a Dutch Oven for the first time but really it could not have worked out better.
The only thing I did wrong (that I know of) is that we neglected to take any pictures of the cooking process and completed meals. Next time!