I am only replying because it is horrid when no one does - this might not be what you wanted
I do have lots of recipes but am not really one for writing them out - I always adapt them and make my own up and they're not always transferrable. But here is my tip..cook outside. My DS2 built me a little structure out of bricks the weekend before last. I don't mean a barbecue - we put wood on it. It is on the patio so I can just put stuff from the kitchen on without tramping off down the garden- we have stuck a wire rack on the top and a metal ash catcher underneath.. The kids make the fire and call me when the embers are ready and we cook out there - you don't have to eat outside if it's too cold but fish is so much better (trout, salmon etc, marinaded a bit first in whatever takes your fancy, we like lime and coriander and maybe fresh ginger); and steak cooks really nicely too, as do things like sliced aubergines and courgettes. We also stuff garlic into lamb and cook that in a fire (as in, a rather bigger fire, down the garden, and you need to double wrap it in foil and stick it deep into hot embers). The children love bananas with slices of cooking chocolate stuffed in them done like that too - you don't need long and they are nice with ice cream. And of course marshmallows toasted. In summer we cook outside almost all the time and it doesn't just have to be hot dogs (but if they are, make sure you do loads as you end up with extra children over and they eat more than you think in the end) ! It is sociable and we often sit out just looking at the stars as we gather round the hot remains of the fire...the bonus is that children often talk to you, as in really talk, when there is dark and no time pressure.