The Feminists Indie Rock Roadside Cookbook

Spaghetti With Meat Sauce
Enlist your drummer to light the 2 burner Coleman stove. Remaining
band members should fashion an A-frame lean-to with your trusty tarp and 2 tent poles. This will greatly increase your chance of having a hot meal
during gale force winds and lashing rain. Upon lighting stove, make sure
everyone has a chance to warm their frozen chapped hands by the tiny blue flame.
Remove 1 lb ground beef from cooler, brown the meat in a skillet over
high heat. Chop 1 onion and 2 gloves of garlic, add to meat. Don’t drain
the meat. This is rock and roll. Transfer to larger pot.
Fill a large pot with water and place on the other burner over high
heat. Add salt and a dollop of margarine. When it boils, add 2 woman-sized fistfuls of spaghetti. Drain when pasta is al dente. To the meat, garlic, and onions add 1 can of tomato sauce, 1 can of mushrooms, and plenty of parmesan cheese. Simmer over medium heat until pasta is done.
In the absence of pot-holders, when pasta is done feebly wrap 2
dishcloths around the edges of burning hot pot and stagger a few steps away from the lean-to to drain. Retreat to van so hands unthaw sufficiently to wield miniature picnic cutlery. Enjoy!