Ramps - 1 bunch

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Foraged Wild Ramps - Allium Tricoccum

Ramps are a wild leek native to Pennsylvania. The smell of ramps is synonymous with Spring and they are a favorite of our restaurant clients and our staff. The broad, fragrant leaves are great for pestos and the bulbs are fantastic pickled; they can also be substituted for onion/garlic in a recipe. Ramps are a signature foraged wild edible from Wild Purveyors and are featured in our logo. 

Ramps (which are sometimes called wild leeks or spring onions) look like a cross between a scallion and a leek.  They're smaller than a leek and more delicate with a bulb like a scallion and they have two or three flat, broad leaves. They taste stronger than a leek, which generally has a mild onion flavor, and are more pungently garlicky than a scallion.  Truly a treasure of spring.

1 bunch is roughly: 1/4 lb - 1/3 lb

  • 5
    Super fresh

    Posted by lucile delaney on 2nd May 2020

    It turned into ramp and cashew pesto that we topped our Dianoias pasta with.

  • 5

    Posted by Jess on 1st May 2020

    Perfect for throwing in a pasta and on a burger!

  • 5

    Posted by Denise Schiller on 25th Apr 2020

    made a pesto over pasta. Fabulous