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Ramson

 

(Allium ursinum), a perennial wild plant of the family Liliaceae. The leaves are used for food in both raw and pickled form. The plant is found in the Caucasus and in the western and southwestern regions of the European USSR.

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The yellow arch angel and beech leaves are thrown into a frittata; a celeriac and onion soup is whipped up with nettles and dandelion bulbs; perch is fried in butter and ramson stalks over an open fire (the woodsmoke really adds flavour).
Add finely chopped ramsons - if in season, otherwise onion or garlic.
The player's partner Nicole Ramson, who works for Chelsea Creative, looked after the branding and marketing side.
She has resided in Leominster the past 40 plus years and spent many years as a health care provider for the Ramson Healthcare Company.
Danny Ramson and ten pals hired a minibus from nearby Bury to meet their hero and hear Tyson make a speech.
Gradually they all left until just photographer Stuart Ramson and I were left.
En lo personal tenia programada una no breve estancia en Texas, por mis relaciones con el Harry Ramson Humanities Research Center de Austin, pero estoy cancelando el proyecto: quiero, !fuertemente quiero!, hallarme aqui el 5 de diciembre proximo.
Sion Ramson, 26, was driving to see his gran when the barrier started coming down across the road over a major rail line.
Ramson now graces many a fancy restaurant menu and it's not hard to understand why.
We've been getting some fantastic wild garlic (ramson) and three-cornered leeks (a relative of the garlic family whose leaves look a bit like grass).
But a court heard Ramson was caught on CCTV ignoring the flashing red lights as he sped just inches below the barrier and zoomed over the rails.
Wild garlic, or ramson as it is also known, is however, two a penny today here at the picturesque and peaceful National Trust-run Allen Banks and Staward Gorge estate near Bardon Mill.