Lula will be foraging in the Red River Gorge this weekend for these lovely delicacies…a bit early but hey! we’ve got Global Warming!! Ramps are also called Wild Leek, Wild Garlic, and/or Ramson, and are a member of the onion family that sprouts in early spring in woodlands all over the world. Bulbs AND leaves can be used raw or cooked. To me, they are reminiscent of a blend of chive and garlic. Yummy!! So…you’ll be finding them all over fun menus where creative chefs dwell – and you won’t need to ask “what’s this?!?” – Lula has already educated you!! For more fun tips like this one, subscribe to my blog here .
If you’re looking for something to do, or just want to improve your overall health, join me at New Riff Distillery and Event Center on March 9 for my cooking class and presentation “Feed Your Brain With Lula’s…O.W.N. IT!” from 6-8PM. I sure would love to feed you!
I love VD. Not the disease… … but I LOVE a chance to take a moment to reflect on love, and let those I love and respect know it, and to rethink my approach “in” love to all that I do. I am in the middle of a special opportunity to feed lovers a valentine’s meal…and it makes me warm and fuzzy inside. Makes me re-commit to myself to live my life in love ( and fun – life’s too short, remember!!). I’m in love with a world that needs special care, people who need tenderness and empathy, situations that need humour, and I’m in love with what I wake up and do every day (and who I wake up with … I’m not slighting you, my fabulous hubby!!). So here’s a pic of my most current heart… Macerated Mixed Cherries with Vanilla-Lemon Sabayon in Pastry Hearts…beating for all of you!!!
Lori Pierce (Lula)
Lula’s for Lunch…and More! Catering