Make it Now! Ramp Butter Recipe

Compound butters are simple to make and pack a lot of flavor. Especially true of our ramp compound butter, which is one of our favorite ways to preserve the fresh flavor of spring ramps all year long. This is the time – and it’s a brief moment – when you can get fresh wild ramps to make…

5 Ramp Recipes to Try Now

Ramp season is so brief – late March to sometime in May – that we really mean it when we say “now.” Ramps are wild onions native to North America, and are sometimes known as spring onions, wild leeks or wild garlic. These fragrant, garlicky sheaves of green are a sign that spring has arrived….

Raising a Stink Over Ramps

The ramp is a wild onion native to North America, and is sometimes called spring onion, wild leek or wild garlic. It is known by the Latin name Allium tricoccum.  Long appreciated by country folk and eaten as a spring tonic, the ramp has in recent years taken on a mantle of cult status among…

Happy Spring! Let’s Eat

Yesterday – as of 6:28 AM – was the first official day of spring. Each year, we get so excited to see the first ramps, fiddlehead ferns and morel mushrooms arrive in the warehouse. These green and fragrant products are definite signs that spring is here. This week, the few cases to arrive have all…

Signs of Spring: Ramps

We are sure that spring is here when the ramps arrive. We’ve had them for a little while now, in limited quantities, and they have been selling out quickly to our chef clients. These fragrant wild leeks are the hottest thing on spring menus. Among the very first green to appear in the dead woods,…

Spring is here! Cue the ramps!

Spring fever has officially hit D’Artagnan! We love everything about this time of year – longer days, warmer temps, birds singing, trees budding. But what really excites us about spring? The seasonal bounty that flows into the Mushroom Department this time of year. First in? RAMPS! The ramp is a wild onion native to North…