its amazing to me that something so simple and so abundant is made into so many dishes,, here its just something we gather and eat in spring,, wow, this is taking Ramps to a whole new level!The fried ramps look really good,,
"Judicious markmanship is appreciated" -- now THERE'S an understatement.
well it seems we are really missing out on not having ramps here.
I've heard that we actually now have Rams festivals here. I'll see if I can find out if any is nearby so I can go there. I am however pretty sure they won't sell rams candy :-) I have to say it even sounbds pretty nasty :-)Have a great day!Christer.
That is one original, if not quirky, festival. I could do without the Confederate flag and the welcoming guns however.
West Virginia is beautiful countryside for sure. Glad the Blog Tech took pics. His fiance is gorgeous. I personally was impressed with all the uses for RAMPS. If I were at the festival I would have tried the FRIED ramps (do they have dipping sauce?) and would have had to bring home a tub of RAMP BUTTER.
These 'ramps' concoctions look delicious. I had to look up what a ramp was and I can appreciate their versatility.Around here we have 'fiddleheads'.....ferns in their infancy before they stretch out and up.Joyce, I always learn something here.....thanks.
Thanks to your giving me the courage to try your ramp dish, I contacted my Friend in WVA and she is getting the ramps to me so I can experiment....many thanks, Joyce.
Well, for the love of Greene County... I grew up in this area and don't ever remember eating a single ramp. I feel cheated. I know that Hungarian Smokehouse well.
I didn't realize you are close to West Virginia! Haha about your daughter's comment about the mints :P I might say the same. Those two things don't seem to go together. Or, did she mean bc she can't stop eating them 😁?
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