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man0fsteel | May 5, 201601:24 PM    

Hi all,

After reading all these articles on how to cook with wild ramps, I was wondering if there are restaurants who get their hands on wild ramps here in the LA area? Or even better, does anyone know if they are available for purchase from a specialty store or farmers market? From everything I gather, they don't grow out this way.

I did find an old article about restaurants serving ramps in LA but it was from 2011...

Thanks!

Sexier Than Leeks: Ramps Now On Plate at Los Angeles Restaurants

Ramps, the fleeting spring ingredient that appears on LA restaurant menus -- then to the dismay of diners, it disappears within weeks. Think of the...

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