The Food & Drink
forum . . . viewforum.php?f=276
. . . can give you an idea of how simple or how complicated you can be with food. There are people baking pizzas in self-made pizza ovens, and pies in wheeled, portable pie ovens, there are folks grilling marinated steaks or cooking pasta (high altitude cooking time) and serving ice cream . . . but then there are folks like me who eat a little fresh, a little canned, and dried, vacuum-sealed, bagged, chilled or non-perishable . . . but who always have the champagne on ice.
It's up to you to decide how much time and pageantry you want to put into things. If you decide to go fancy, have some backup meals and portable snacks for low-energy times or far-flung days when you meant to leave camp for 15 minutes, and don't come home for 8 hours.