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Ramp Season Is Ramping Up Across the Country: Where to Find Ramps RIGHT NOW

For diners who love ramps, the time is now.

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Spring has sprung, which can mean only one thing: Ramps are back. The garlicky, oniony wild vegetable is a favorite among chefs and foodies, whether it's grilled or roasted, topping a pizza or garnishing pasta. With ramps in season, they're popping up on menus more and more, and the Internet is going crazy. Here now, a small selection of all the ramp goodness.

A spring salad of ramps, beets, poblanos, avocado, chevre, roasted mushrooms, zucchini, yellow squash, peashoots, mint, and arugula:

Don't just eat them fresh; ramps are good for pickling, too.

I hereby declare #pickle #season has begun. #ramps #local #watsons #UPW

A photo posted by Shades (@shades1227) on

Pastry chef Kate Goodyear at New York's Barchetta shows off fried whiting with ramps and chili aioli.

#friedfish #whiting with #ramps and chili aioli #spring #barchettanyc

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Ramps, smoked bacon, and a sunny egg on a pie at Pizzeria Posto in Boston.

No shortage of ramps for chef Jeffrey Bell at Goin' Coastal Seafood in Atlanta.

Tis the season for #ramps. #cheflife #truecooks

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Chef Tim Bereika is throwing ramps in his carbonara at The Urban Tavern in Richmond, Va.

Ramp carbonara with house-smoked bacon and pecorino Toscano @theurbantavernrva #Springishere #foodporn #ramps

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Charleston is not without ramps.

Yet another joy of Spring! #ramps #charleston

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Ramps make an appearance in the burrata at New York's August.