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- Wash the ramps under running water, pull off any translucent outer skins that are clinging to the root end. Then trim the roots off.
- Toss the ramps in olive oil to coat along with salt and pepper. Put them on a hot, well oiled grill with the higher heat hitting the stems, lower heat on the leaves (what configuration this ends up being depends on your grill design).
- Grill ramps for about 2 minutes a side. The greens can be somewhat charred and the root end should have nice grill marks.
- If you don’t have access to a grill, you can also use an oiled cast-iron grill pan or skillet on a kitchen stove. Just turn your stove’s heat up to high and make sure the pan is very hot before adding the ramps.
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