Get Excited for Ramps

Plucked by foragers in wild patches throughout the East Coast and Midwest, ramps are a two-for-one find, with pickle-worthy bulbs and sauté-ready leaves.
By: Erin Hartigan

Fleeting, wild and desperately coveted, ramps are the spring allium equivalent of a teenage summer romance. Plucked by foragers throughout the East Coast and Midwest, ramps are a two-for-one bonanza of pickle-worthy bulbs and sauté-ready leaves.

If you happen to come across a bunch at an area farmers' market, grab it and try these springy takes:

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