First thing in the morning
Coffee, sliced rusks (I don't do Oumas). When it's cold, hot chocolate is also uber yummy
Lite: yoghurt, cereals, juice
Full: eggs, bacon, mushrooms (SO only, the only fungi I ingest are the yeast in my Castle!), tomato, bread (fried, toasted, plain), occasionally sausages.
Mix and match: last night's braai leftovers, cold meats, cheese, sliced tomato, bread / rolls, pickled onions, peppadews, hotdogs etc.
Kid-friendly: toasted sandwiches.... winner! Took our sandwich maker with on the last trip, bought a loaf of bread, made up cheese / ham toasties for the kids, we added tomato to the above to ours. Eat yourself dik, and have a few left over for kids to snack on during the afternoon or on game drive.
Braai: again, we cater for kids first and foremost, so it's either chicken drumsticks or pork rashers, stuff they can eat without too much trouble, with some thin wors. For the adults we'll alternate the chicken with lamb chops or if we're feeling particularly flush, porterhouse or T-bone steaks. With this we'll do some potato (in jackets, or as salad, if we remembered to pack the mayo!), three-bean salad (easiest salad to make, ever: one tin baked beans, one tin butter beans, one tin green beans, lob the whole lot into a bowl, mix, done), bread or rolls.
Other: if we have a long drive from home and then have to do setup, say when we're camping, and we'll run out of time to do a fire and all the side stuff, we'll often pre-cook the first meal at home, for heating on the Cadac... Mince Mate is superb for this. Otherwise, some pasta (shells or fusilli, mixed with macaroni) and packet sauce, with some grated cheese, and Mexican spice, makes a perfectly acceptable light evening meal. We try to alternate our braai nights, so we're not ingesting huge volumes of red meat all the time.
Me: beer (not fussy, but Castle she numbah won!), red wine (Shiraz FTW).
SO: Amarula + XXXX, whisky and Sprite Zero, cold drinks.