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Ramp pesto

 
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A great way to preserve that rampy goodness? Make ramp pesto. Cut the ends off, blanch, and then add salt, olive oil, pine (or other) nuts, maybe a little lemon juice/pepper.
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Forgive my ignorance... What is ramp? Looks delicious!
 
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Wild leeks. Allium_tricoccum

Pretty easy to spot when they come up.
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Huh. I wonder how many times I stepped on that in the woods back home without ever knowing it was edible.
 
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Looks amazing CJ! Great idea.
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