I'd like to introduce my tip-proof winter stove system here as some might find it interesting for use inside a tent in winter. It consists of an aluminum housing from an old saucepan (ebay) for a Primus OmniLite stove with silencer. Holds a 2,5L saucepan safely in place. Big enough for snow melting for 1-2 persons. At the price of a little more weight (600g - weight is not so much an issue when you travel with a pulk in winter), it returns valuable advantages: Extremely tip proof. No accidental burn risk by contact to open flame for safe use inside the inner tent [yes, it CAN BE safe to use a stove inside the inner tent as long as you arrange for some CONSTANT VENTILATION and don’t fall asleep. So sit upright while cooking!]. Can be packed when the burner itself is still hot. Wooden handle and wooden bottom for insulation and placement directly in the (compressed) snow. Takes also small fuel bottle even without hose dismount. Burner is simply pressed onto three screws for fixation and can be removed within seconds. The system is so stable and heat protected that I ran it even inside a bivy bag, sitting on my pulk. I built a similar system for 3. persons with a 4.5 Liter saucepan and an Optimus Hiker 111 burner. I wonder if any of you know / built similar setups? Please show photos!