As I look into variations of cooking gear for kayak camping, I brought out my old canteen and cup. I had already added a GI cup stand. More recently I added a Trangia alcohol burner to my kit. Experimenting with the burner and cup stand, I found a little more distance and airflow around the cup actually got faster boil times. I normally would turn the cup 180 degrees out of orientation from the cup stand, but found adding some bent wire across the opening in the stand was more stable. So, I bent some wire to help keep it in from sliding and rolling around. In order to minimize heat escaping while boiling or cooking in the cup I made a lid out of aluminum flashing and pop riveted a small wire hoop to grab. Anyone who has tried to drink out of one of these steel cups right after using it to cook/heat in will also know that burning lips and hands is not a rare occurrence. Found silicone lip guards at a sporting goods store and I also made a cozy, I can Velcro in place after cooking, made out of scrap neoprene from work.