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Just got back from staying at a Vineyard B&B in Traverse City where we picked wild ramps growing in the woods on the property, which we used in this very simple to prepare, fresh tasting recipe. I used cod, as hake was difficult for me to find around here. Minced a few cloves of garlic, which I rubbed onto the fish and ramps. My cedar planks must not be very large, as I had to use one for the fish and one for the ramps. We really enjoyed the taste of the grilled ramps, especially. Both the cod and the ramps really picked up the cedar flavor from the planks. Thanks for an easy, guilt-free dinner. This was perfect for a weeknight meal.

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Dr. Jenny May 06, 2010

I tagged this in Zaar tag. I have been looking at it for a long time and decided this was the time. As I told you, I needed to make some adjustments. I used cod fillets and not having access to ramps, I opted to use leeks and garlic. I cut the leeks in half lengthwise, removed tough outer leaves, cut in strips and sprinkled with 4 to 5 sliced garlic cloves. The fish cooked in about 25 minutes. This is wonderful!

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PaulaG January 02, 2006
Ramps and Hake Grilled on a Cedar Plank