I'm going to try it again. I learned quite a bit last time and hope to take advantage of that experience. One of the biggest things I learned is I needed some more equipment and better place to sleep. Sidewalls to my pop up canopy to keep wind and rain out of my food prep area. A stand up tent, minimum 8x8ft and 6ft tall and a cot for sleeping. It will also be nice to have some space to just getting out of sight for a bit of privacy. These two things will allow me to have more focus on the actual cooking. Last time I was so cold, wet and miserable it was hard to stay on top of it all. I have two very simple goals for this time. Have fun and cook better than last time. A friend of mine has volunteered to be my sous chef. It will be a huge help to have someone to work with. You have to have a portable kitchen that's fully compliant with heath dept rules. It is no small undertaking to transport this "thing" and set it up in a field or parking lot.
Hopefully I'll have some pics and stories to post after it's over.