Now here in the South, we are fond of pork. Bacon, pork chops, pork ribs and even fatback “bacon” is used to favor and season everything from beans to greens. So we saw this ramp recipe featuring pork butt and our favorite wild food, we just couldn’t resist.
This Product is No Longer Available! If you know someone who watches all the network cooking shows almost religiously then you know you have a real foodie on your hands. So what can you buy them that they don’t already have? Get them some ramp seasonings! Ramps or wild leeks are the wonderfully tasty but […]
SOLD OUT! Ramp Seasoning™ Dried ramps. This wonderful seasoning has a nice strong flavor, which has all the taste of spring time ramps (or wild leeks) but now in a convenient mini-shaker bottle. While Ramp Seasoning is milder than fresh ramps, it is also much less stinky! Usage Tips Add to meat, fish or chicken […]
SOLD OUT! Ramp Flakes Dehydrated ramps. These rare, ramps (or wild leeks) have a flavor, which suggests a blend of both onions and garlic. It is very flavorful and yet milder in taste and less pungent than fresh ramps. Usage Tips Add to meat loaf and sauces for chicken or seafood. Use in relishes or […]
A Classic Southern Ramp Recipe Ramps and Red Potatoes (Taters)* If you grew up in the South and your family ate ramps or who went to ramp festivals then this recipe should bring back some nice memories. Don’t stress about the fat grams – the ramps will burn them off – we think? Now this recipe […]