I just saw this in the news:
"According to a news release from the U.S. Attorney's Office in Colorado, Weber was camping on the Hewlett Gulch Trail and used an alcohol-fueled stove, which started the fire on May 14. The stove was a small, backpacking-style stove.
"He turned away for a quick moment," U.S. Attorney's spokesman Jeff Dorschner said, "and when he turned back, he noticed there was a fire."
Just a reminder to keep an eye on where you set up your kitchen and monitor your cooking at all times (seems like common sense, but as a friend of mine once said "common sense isn't)