"RoadFood Forum" -- and I have an entirely different take on this term.
I'm thinking "tailgate" cooking -- picnics, at the beach, on the road. (I don't do football games or "stadium" sports, but I suppose it would apply here.)
I'm setting up a "chuck wagon" for cooking at the beach while surfing -- Weber "Go Anywhere" gas grill, 12" steel wok (flat bottom, steel, not "non-stick" treated), 36 qt. ice chest, Chinese cleaver.
I have some stainless steel plates, and cheap Farberware steak knives, "picnic grade" stainless flatware. BBQ sauce, and some condiments . . .
Toss ice and some veggies, cuts of meat in the ice chest, and I'm set to cook on the beach. I include some beer, maybe a bottle of bourbon and some mixers.
RoadFood Forum -- after a day of surfing on the beach, I'm able to pull together a great meal and some "cocktails" for myself and any group I might meet on the beach. And I meet groups on the beach when I'm able to put together a decent meal after a day's surfing.
"RoadFood" . . . I toss in some beach chairs and a sleeping mat so I can take a nap between sets of waves.