Why mess with success? We all agree grilled vegetables are delicious. Ramps, with their pungent taste are perfect for grilling because it mellows the flavors a bit. Also the charring from the grill and a little acid from the lemon creates on stellar side dish.
Add turkey eggs and allow to set-up for around 1 minute. Carefully put the spatula under the edges to get the egg off the bottom of the pan. Add chopped ramps over the top, salt and pepper to taste and then carefully flip the entire egg over.
Add one piece of picked garlic scape, one green olive, one piece of prosciutto and cube of manchego.
*Use prosciutto for half the appetizers and anchovies for the other half. Do not add both to one toothpick.
In a large pot (or Dutch oven) over medium heat add a little olive oil. Add chopped onion and cook for about 3 minutes until translucent. Do not brown.
Add Arborio rice and stir. Cook for a couple minutes until the rice develops a little sheen.
My favorite guacamole recipe growing up came from a kids cookbook. The dish was simple: ripe avocado, chopped tomatoes, chopped green onion, lemon juice, garlic powder and salt.
I wanted to find a limited set of ingredients that paired well together. The pork has a natural sweetness which is cut with the bold pepper crust. The ramps round the dish out and are a nice way to introduce someone to a new ingredient.
Add salt and pepper to each fillet. Lightly dust with a little garlic powder, dried parsley and red pepper flakes. Wrap each fillet with green part of the ramp or spring onion.
It was 11pm on a Sunday and 4 balls of sourdough dough sat on my counter. They had been rested, stretched, rested again and were nestled in their baskets ready for an overnight proof in the refrigerator.
Then I felt the urge to bake. But why turn the oven on when most people are going to bed? Because I had some very special loaves to work on.
By Seth Fera-Schanes I put this dish together to use one of my favorite ingredients: ramps. Ingredients: 1.5 cups of prepared Cannellini Beans. (Or 1 15oz can Cannellini beans – rinsed) 3 fresh ramps, grilled or cooked in a cast iron skillet and chopped. If ramps are not […]
By Seth Fera-Schanes Tis the season: Spring that is and fresh ingredients are in full supply. Everything from pheasant, turkey and goose eggs at the local farmers markets to fresh NYC honey (yes, there are apiaries in the city!) It is also the much anticipated start to ramp […]