Yea buddy. There good with liver too.All kidding aside, i wait all winter long for my first batch of fried taters, eggs and ramps. One of my 5 favorite dish's.
My love of ramps is the main reason i refer to myself as a "dagobilly."
(Not to mention some latent appliances and some relic automobiles in the back yard.)
WOW, you got hammered, Mr D.More coming…
There used to be one in Niles, Ohio, however, i don't know if that still goes on.Anyone who is interested in Ramps(might want to try them, or want to celebrate them with some good-hearted hill folks!) should google “Ramp Festivals in WVa”! There’s several, the King of which is in Richwood!(Most are fund raisers for some good cause.) A meal(More like a “Feast”that will stay with you all day long!) will cost you $10-20 for an adult, half that for kids, just remember- “Fund Raiser”, when you pay up! These are a 3-4 hour trip to one of the closer ones, a great family “all day-trip“, or spend a weekend and see the sites, heck, maybe even find a nearby limestone fed trout stream to wet a line!(daily license should be available online, pack your UL, couple small spinners-Almost Heaven!). Typical Ramp-fest time frames are mid to late
Nice, mine haven't broke yet. I'll have to check mine again.My ramps are starting to sprout!
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I would be inclined to concurWife says it’s periwinkle, that we got from her mother many years ago.
Whatever that stuff is, i have it covering my entire east hillside.Wife says it’s periwinkle, that we got from her mother many years ago.
People have been banned from this site for less egregious remarks. If you plead insanity I'll vouch for you.Looking forward to the first Spring snow of the year…… 🤣