Soyrizo, Organic Linguine, Onions,
Garlic, Olive Oil, Spices
Chop the onions and garlic.  Coat
the pot with olive oil and saute
them until they become sweet.  
Add a few spices toward the end of
the saute.  (Cumin, Turmeric, Chile
Powder, Salt, whatever you've got.)
Place the saute on a plate (or the
upturned lid of the pot, or a
frisbee) and boil some water.  
When the boil gets really rolling fan
in the pasta.  Stir it up right away
so it does not stick together.  Keep
stirring gently until it's done.   
Glance around the campsite to
make sure nobody's looking, then
drain the pasta.  Add a bit of olive
oil to keep it from getting sticky
and a little garlic salt.     
Mix in the onions/garlic and
Soyrizo -it's ready to eat out of
the package  -  Don't try that with
regular uncooked chorizo or
sausage as you will probably die
a few minutes after consuming
the first bite.     
Serve it up with a little spinach
salad and something from the
local bakery and you've got fuel
for a few days of hard riding.

Enjoy!    

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