The fresh wild Ramp season is upon us & as always is short lived. The season only lasts for around 8 weeks, during which time you will find Ramps on the Menu's of North America's best restaurants. Although technically they are a wild leek, the flavor is more pronounced than that of a leek. The tops are excellent as a pesto & the bulbs make for some excellent pickling. Try to cook them over an open flame to savor their sweet & nuanced flavor. From fish and steak to chicken and game or in a ragout served with fresh pasta, they are versatile & delicious.
1 lb / $19.95
Wild Ramps typically last for 7-10 days in the refrigerator.
It is not uncommon to find the occasional bug on a Wild Foraged Vegetable, simply wipe it off and know that it is still perfectly safe and delicious to eat