I found a spot on some property near my house where I have the owners approval to camp out at. However, there’s one pretty major caveat: NO FIRES. It’s a bummer, but I can do almost anything else I want. My question is: do you have any recommendations for cooking on a single burner backpacking stove to make it more wildfire safe? My main concern is the stove accidentally tipping over and catching the dry grass on fire. I do have a fairly flat boulder I was going to try setting up the stove on, but I want extra insurance. I was thinking about carrying a small metal cookie sheet in my backpack and setting the stove on that. But I’d really prefer a piece of something flexible and fire proof, but I don’t have any ideas.