Here's a bit fancier food for all those who love to cook on open fire or on a grill. You'll need a frying pan for this one, preferably some heavy duty paella/cast iron pan. Get a bonfire going, find few fresh wooden skewers for the meat and start preparing your ingredients.
Start by cutting vegetables in to edible pieces. Potatoes should be cut in to thinner slices so they cook faster (you can pre-boil them if you like, but it's not necessary). Then take your meat of choosing and fill those skewers with meat. I recommend you cut the meat about 2-3 cm cubes so they're nice and easy to stick on to the skewers.
Place your kabob's on top of a fire. At this point you should have a rather big fire with good flames. Grill your kakob's directly on a flame so the surface get's a nice colour on all sides. Once this is done, wrap a few strip's of bacon on your kabob's an move them bit further from the direct heat.
Now, when the flames have cooled down a bit and you have a nice bed of embers in your bonfire, place your frying pan on top of coals and make sure it's steady. Pre-heat the pan and throw a nice big chunk of butter to it. And dont skimp on the butter, it makes everything so tasty! Once the butter is sizzling on a pan, add potatoes first. Cook them until they're almost done, then add other vegetable's in. When veggie's are starting to look good, make sure your kabob's are done. If not, move your pan away from the fire (residual heat of the pan keeps your vegetables warm, dont worry), fry your kabob's so that the bacon look's well done.
And there you have it, pan full of delicious butter-fried vegetables and bacon-wrapped kabob's. Serve with beer or red wine and enjoy in a good company, bon apetit!