These days if you want to cook something you will probably just fry it in a pan on your stovetop or alternatively you could end up using your oven as this would help cook the food more evenly once all has been said and is now out of the way. The thing is, though, that this is not the manner in which historical human beings tended to cook their food. The reason behind this is that they just did not have such modern conveniences that were at their disposal which means that they most likely just cooked things over an open fire instead.
The surprising thing about cooking over an open fire is that it can make your food taste better than might have been the case otherwise. If your Wichita Falls party buses have a sun roof that can allow the smoke to escape, cooking over an open fire is definitely something that you should consider trying out since the smoke that is surrounding the food will flavor it as long as you are using high quality wood and this will further improve the texture of the food that is being cooked as well.
You might face a bit of trouble when it comes to figuring out how open fire cooking actually works, though. After all, this is not something that would be as stable as a controlled stovetop flame or an induction burner. Rather, it would require a lot more effort on your part in order to handle the various areas in which heat might end up emerging, and you can take part in this cooking process with your friends to make it more communal as well.