This rig has cooked so many meals for me, I couldn’t even begin to count them. While this is the least steady set-up presented here, it’s secure enough when you build it right and don’t overload it. And it’s one of the fastest cooking rigs to build. Collect a straight stick, 2-3 feet long. Carve a point on the thicker end, and cut a small notch at the skinny end (or leave a natural “fork” to hold your pot handle). Stab the pointed end of the stick into the ground on an angle. Place a big stone or log under the leaning stick to prop it up. If you think you need it, place another big stone over the part of the stick in the ground, to keep it from coming up out of the dirt. Hang you pot on the end, and adjust the height of the pot by moving the rock back and forth.