Category Archives: Cooking and Food

Egg and Asparagus Salad

This recipe was provided by Susan Maslowski, one of the Wild Ramps Board Members, an artisan, and a fabulous cook. Tender local asparagus is now available at The Wild Ramp. Asparagus season does not last long, so take advantage of … Continue reading

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Dandelion Festival 2016

  This Saturday we’d love to have you join Studio 8 for a full day of events focused on connecting with others, connecting with ourselves, and connecting with nature and the food we eat and supporting The Wild Ramp. We are honored … Continue reading

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STINKFEST 2016

Title: STINKFEST 2016 Location: The Wild Ramp Link out: Click here Description: StinkFest is back! Join us on Saturday, April 23rd from 10-6pm. as we celebrate Ramp season. Feast on this iconic spring plant that is our market’s namesake. Free … Continue reading

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How to Make A Month’s Worth of Chicken in Under 3 Hours, 10 Steps, and $100

Lately, I’ve gotten a lot of inquiries or concerns from friends who claim that eating healthfully is too difficult, too time-consuming, too costly. While I know everyone has their own unique set of challenges they are dealing with at any … Continue reading

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Memories of the Pawpaws and an Autumn Apple Crisp

For me, this has been one of those perfect fall weekends where you don’t have to go anywhere.  You don’t have to do anything.  But there’s just enough of a chill in the air to make the cat curl up … Continue reading

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Yay for Yak!

I just had one of the best steaks of my life! Even better, my kids and husband agree. The steaks were so buttery soft that my 7-year-old did not need me to cut her meat for her. There were no … Continue reading

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Budget Conscious – 15-Minute Breakfast

Did you know that a recent study claims that approximately 31 millions Americans skip breakfast each day? Over the years I have been an intermittent breakfaster. There was a period in my 20s when I practically lived off cereal and … Continue reading

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What is the tiny blood spot I found in my fresh egg?

It is probably no surprise to you that grocery store foods are a lot more processed than many of the fresh foods we get directly from our farmer producers down at The Wild Ramp.  Sometimes there will be a little … Continue reading

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