There are plenty of options for a makeshift camping stove if you didn’t bring something that bears the Weber or Coleman name. One of the most popular is an ancient northern European technique that involves splitting a log into four pieces and building a fire inside. It’s easy enough to find some wood and split it, but keeping a consistent space in the middle is normally easier said than done… until the MITI. The simple and tough tool is made with laser cut stainless 304L and designed to sit on top of your split log using four anchorage steel rods. Operation couldn’t be easier, and it takes up a helluva lot less space than a full-size camp stove or grill.