Earlier this year, the society lobbied successfully to have the Dutch oven proclaimed Texas' official state cooking implement, a "totally awesome" accomplishment, according to the group's recent newsletter. Texans are said to be tough and resourceful. If there's any pot you could describe in the same terms, it's a Dutch oven.
I have a dutch oven someplace around here. My nephew has about three. His are the really useful ones with legs or the lid that can hold hot coals. They are his pot of choice for the hunting camp. But these folks take the art of cowboy cooking to new levels.
Keep in mind that every dish was cooked in a three-legged cast-iron Dutch oven, over and under burning coals. There was lots more, though the Food Pyramid gang might wish for some vegetables: bayou beef with rice. Tex-Mex stew. Turkey breast with gravy. Hawaiian chicken. Indian chicken. King Ranch chicken. Sweet potatoes with marshmallow cream. Beer-braised stuffed brisket. Cowboy potatoes. Peach cobbler. Cherry-cheesecake cobbler. Cherry pie. Pecan pie. Bread pudding times two.
Some of those look like real challenges. But, it appears that with a little thought and technique, you can cook a lot of things beyond chili!