Ramps (wild leeks) sound like an exotic vegetable, but they are native to eastern North America and might even grow in your backyard! Look for them in the spring in the wild or at a local farmer's market, their season isn't very long. They give this quiche a nice flavor, similar to what domesticated leeks would taste like. You can use the whole vegetable from the bulb to the tip of the beautiful broad leaves. Any leftovers go well with salad greens. The potato crust blends well with the ingredients but a pie crust can be easily substituted. (Any shredded potato left over can be blended with salt and pepper and fried in hot oil for quick hashbrowns.) The egg and evaporated milk filling is quick and does the job, but for those finicky cooks, a traditional cream filling recipe can easily fill in for it. Finally, this makes a great light meal combined with a spring soup or salad.