The heat and light from fire is energy. The smoke from fire contains particles of water, gases, and the materials being burned that are matter. The flame is made up of gases like vaporized fuel, carbon dioxide, carbon monoxide, water vapor and other gases. All these are matter - occupying space and have mass.
The camping stoves which include gas cartridges to produce fire for the stove primarily use gases such as propane and butane. Sometimes, a mixture of hydrogen is also used to produce fire in camping stoves. These gases are held under pressure in their liquid state and once the gases leave the tank or bottle, the gases vaporize and produce heat in return at the burner.
Kind of an unfair question. Fire is composed of fuel source, an oxidizer, heat, and an ignition source. The fuels are to numerous to list, but the short list is solids, gases, and liquids. If you really need to impress people, tell them that the 4 things above are known as the "Fire tetrahedron". Good for trivia night!