>>Troy, Can you tell us more about that cut-down Fosters can in your photo? It looks like an interesting project. Michael
I like the shorter version better because when bag cooking you can sit the bag of food into the short country time lemonade (or koolaid) container, fold over the edges and put the top on.
With the short container you also dont need a spork with a mile long handle. I think the koolaid container weighs about 1.5-2oz but it can handle boiling water like for tea and its crush proof.
They also make a tall CTL container that will take a full ht fosters can, IE 24 oz.
The fosters can is just cut down and epoxied. It is barely tall enough that it will fit in the koolaid container. Holds about 18oz. You have to stretch out the top over a spare can. The top that is in the picture is actually a heiniken can top.
It has a bail top on it that folds down and locks into place when up.
Just another option and good if you want to hang it over a fire. It is coated with silicone, but does not help with heat that much.
The rest of it is pretty self explanatory. From left to right, pot, Koolaid container, pot support, alcohol cup and cozy wrap, 1/2 Libman microfiber dish cloth from publix, BPL spork, top of container, Foil windscreen with paper clip.
They used to sell a really small version that will hold a cut off 12 oz soda can and was good for a small emergency kits and the like. I bought one but now apparently they dont sell that any more.