I won "Best Cooked Ramp Dish" at the 2018 Deep Creek Lake State Park Ramp Cookoff event with this recipe!
Mix ingredients and heat in a small crock pot on low setting for 2-3 hours until blended, stirring occasionally. Serve with your favorite crackers.
Ramps are a wild leek that are found throughout Appalachia. They are one of the first wild edibles to emerge in the spring, making their appearance for a short time from late March through early May depending on the location. The entire plant from the leaves to the bulbs is edible. They have a flavor all their own, but the closest description would be a strong garlic to onion type taste.
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