wild garlic/ramsons

  1. garlichead

    Ramps

    Ramp season, yum. First foraging from the cottage.
  2. Mountain Cat

    Recipe Appetizer: Soft Shelled Crab & Ramps, with Za'atar Seasoning

    But, what about ramps? Ramps (Allium tricoccum) are native to eastern North America, and as the genus name, Allium, indicates, they are in the onion family. They have a unique but onion-related taste of their own. While not as stringent as some onions, there is a distinct "earthy" taste...
  3. Hemulen

    Recipe Cranberry-Ramsons Meringue

    Cranberry-Ramsons Meringue 4 meringues | Preparation, baking & drying time 2.5-3 hours Ingredients / Cranberry-ramsons jam 50 ml (23 g/0.21 cup) fresh/frozen cranberries 50 ml (42 g/0.21 cup) gelling sugar/jam sugar (with pectin) 50-60 ml/g (0.21-0.25 cup) water A heaped teaspoon of dried...
  4. Mountain Cat

    Recipe Soft Corn Tacos with Ground Bison, Pepper Jack Cheese, Ramps, Microgreens

    What is rather sad on a small-scale level these days (considering there are a lot of much larger-scale sadnesses going on) is that at taco bars the cheese to sprinkle on is at the end of the line, instead of near the hot items such as the refried beans or the beef. I like my taco cheese to...
  5. Mountain Cat

    Recipe Grilled Cheese with Asparagus & Ramps in Soft Corn Tortillas

    Grilled cheese corn tortilla (instead of toast), with asparagus and ramps inside. You can see them peaking out! What are ramps? Ramps are not just a way into a venue, that you need to climb, descend, or use roller skates for. They are veggies in the allium family. Their scientific name is...
  6. Elawin

    Recipe Potato, Courgette, Wild Garlic and White Bean Stew

    Serves: 2 Prep time: 10 minutes Cooking time: 25 minutes Ingredients: 1 tablespoon olive oil 1 leek, trimmed, halved lengthways, and finely sliced 1 courgette, diced 250 g potato, diced 1 garlic clove, finely chopped 1 bay leaf 100 ml white wine 1 tin cooked cannellini beans, drained 300...
  7. Elawin

    Recipe Wild garlic pesto

    Wild garlic pesto This is delicious thrown through pasta, swirled through soups and stews or served as a condiment to baked potatoes or a perfectly roast chicken. Try using it as a salad dressing or popping a few dabs into your favourite sandwich. Will keep for at least a...
  8. Duck59

    Wild garlic

    My local fruit and veg shop has been selling the most beautiful wild garlic for the past few weeks. I love garlic bulbs, but wild garlic is fantastic. You can steam it like spinach, use it as a salad base or even slip it into a sandwich. I've been known to chew the odd leaf on its own.
  9. SatNavSaysStraightOn

    Recipe Wild Garlic Pesto (Vegan)

    nice and easy - makes lots. several handfuls of Wild garlic leaves (you can inlude the buds, its not a problem). 200g of pinenuts 200ml extra virgin olive oil (need a good quality olive oil) sea salt (to taste and it needs plenty). 1 clove crushed garlic (optional). This is pretty easy -...
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