it does meet your other criteria: medium fuel consumption, long burn time, and stable design. I'm talking about the Clikstand (www.clikstand.com) with the Trangia burner. It's a little heavy (with .9L Evernew titanium uncoated pot you'll be at 10 - 12 ounces; add a couple more for a larger pot), but the stand design is completely stable, keeps the stove at the proper distance below the pot, and does the best job of blocking the wind (and using it to enhance performance) of any I've seen. The Trangia burner is simple to use, and can be turned off with a snuffer-cap when you're done cooking (as opposed to having to let it burn out) and unused fuel can be stored in the stove. If you're only cooking freeze-dried meals once a day, you may be able to fill the stove at home, and not take a fuel bottle for a two-night weekend.
It's a really nice product. (Caveat: I keep switching my allegiance between alcohol and canister stoves. However, in alcohol-stove mode, this is my stove of choice.)