Why? Because you can! And pickle, and jam, or otherwise celebrate the resurgence of the domestic arts our forebears held so dear. Put on your best apron and step into our kitchen, won't you?
This quick and easy kimchi recipe incorporates ramps, but works with green onions or leeks if you don't have access to foraged ramps.
This beer battered ramp recipe features wild leeks, also known as wild garlic.
Foraged in the spring this recipe delivers the ultimate onion ring with great texture and flavour. Served with korean chili powder goat yogurt dipping sauce.
Dehydrated wild leeks make a great powder that can be used with rosemary, thyme or on its own. Great for roast potatoes, french fries or compound butter.
A 3-minute recipe for herbes salées (made with wild leeks/ramps) that is used as a finishing or flavoring salt. It will last all summer (and longer) on the counter
This charred ramp pesto recipe is easy to make in a food processor. It takes five minutes to blend and will last for months in the freezer.
Foraging edible plants can be intimidating. Here's an easy foraging guide for beginners.
An easy fridge jam, with sweet fennel and funky, oniony ramps, left loose to drape over sharp cheddar and spicy salami.
Yes it's that time again. Trounce in the woods, find yourself some ramps and pickle it pickle it pickle it! Try your hat at pickled ramps and find out what you've been missing all these springs!
Homemade bacon is quite a treat, but once you discover how easy it is to make, you may find yourself making it all the time.
This is made from both stinging nettle and wild ramps, resulting in a pesto that is addictive and delicious. It's also dairy free, although of course you can use dairy instead. This is my favourite way of eating nettle!