1. Split dry log into quarters and create several wood splints on the inside to act as tinder.
2. Set logs upright, wrapping twine or wire along the base.
3. Add tinder and kindling to the inside of the log splits.
4. Light bits of kindling on top of the log.
5. Allow fire to form within the log and the top is ready to be used as a cooktop. (should last 2-4 hours)
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