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Key on fresh-dead elms with tight bark.
Those are indeed ramps. I am happy with the leaves and it is a more conservative approach to sustainable harvest. They are slow...
The Fat Lady ain't singin' yet - but she is warming up.
We will be enjoying a nice omelet tomorrow and pesto on something with lunch. I had to eat a raw leaf in the woods - yummers!
All good. We have been chowing down on scallions and green garlic from the garden anyway - nature's tick/mosquito/human repellent.
I have never eaten ramps. Anyone got a favorite recipe they would like to share? We found a nice patch with a handful of grays today.
Unless it gets could enough to freeze the ground down to their level.
Then it is game over. That is what happened to us in NE Illinois last...
The indi tree is a-bloomin' and i went a-shroomin'.[ATTACH]
I am Almost There(phone).
I am also Already Gone(home pc).
Hopefully i am not violating any rules.
Where(generally, of course), Mr. Crawler?
My indicator tree today:
We are not even started in Northern Illinois.
They will show up after a warm night or two.
Just a hint for those who don't like gritty morels:
Use a freaking knife, would ya?
Well said. The same goes for morels. Use mesh.
Cook spans a lot of area from north to south. Where?