I have what is basically the bottom of the Mini Trangia or Model 28-- the aluminum windscreen/pot support and the Trangia burner. I use it with an MSR Titan kettle.
I was reading another thread about zenstoves.net and several of the designs looked just like the Trangia pot support. The light bulb came on when I realized I could just make a small support inside for the Esbit tab and I would have both fuel sources covered. A metal jar cap or low round tin would do it.
I carry a couple spare Esbit tabs as part of my essentials fire-starting kit, so I could extend my cooking by a meal.
This design would work well if you had an old aluminum mess kit pot too-- just cut the "v" shapes and cut the burner support tabs and bend them in. The holes made by the support tabs provide some air intake too. If you didn't want to try to do that sort of cutting and bending, just drill a few holes about 3/8" diameter and put machine screws in the spaces between, extending inside far enough to make burner supports. Make one hole at the level you could use a match to light your fuel source.
It would be very easy to mount extended screws near the top of an aluminum pipe, pot, bowl, or can to support your cooking pot too. 8/32 screws are very light-- three or four would do the trick. If you have two metal bowls that are the same size, one could be the burner and the other the pot, nesting inside each other. The SnowPeak bowls
(open a new window to Snowpeak) are 1.6oz each and I bought one retail for $12. A pot grabber and a little aluminum foil for a lid and you have a windscreen/pot support, pot and bowl for under 4oz. A pop can stove would probably work perfectly in the bottom of the bowl.
I haven't seen this done, so forgive me if I have re-invented the wheel.