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October 22, 2012

Did you know that the Wild Ramp is asking shoppers to fill out a survey requesting interest in getting locally made flour and baking mixes? There are several mills located well within our 250 mile zone (one in Monroe County and one near Lexington) that produce flour but interest is being determined before an arrangement is finalized.

What other products would you like the Wild Ramp to carry?

Here is a list of the products already offered for sale since the Wild Ramp opened in June:

Acorn Squash,  Ancho Peppers, Apples, Apple Butter, Apple Cider, Apple Mint, Apple Pie, Apple Pie Dip, Apple Pie Mix, Apple Tart, Artisan Bread Boules, Aruba Peppers,

Baba Ganoush, Bacon, Bamboo Stakes, Bamboo Skewers, Banana Bread, Banana Peppers, Baklava, Basil, Beef, Beeswax Ornaments, Beets, Beet Greens, Bell Peppers, Blackberries, Black Beans, Blue Potatoes, Bok Choi, Bratwurst, Bread, Broccoli, Bush Beans, Butternut Squash,

Cabbage,Candy Onions, Cantelope, Carrots, Cauliflower, Cayenne Peppers, Chard, Cheese, Cherry Tomatoes, Chiammaya Chocolate, Chicken, Chicken Feet (dog treats), Chives, Chocolate Beauty Peppers, Chocolate Peanut Butter Balls, Cilantro, Coffee (locally roasted), Collard Greens, Corn, Corn Chips, Corn Crackers, Cube Steak, Cucumbers, Cushaw Squash, Cut Flowers,

Decorative Corn, Dill, Dog Treats, Dried Flowers, Duck, Duck Eggs, 

Eggs, Eggplant, Endive,

Fennel, Filet Mignon, Fingerling Potatoes, Firewood, French Sorrel, Fudge, Fuji Apples,

Garlic, Garlic Braids, Golden Delicious Apples, Golden Oregano, Gourds, Goat Meat, Goat’s Milk Soaps, Granny Smith Apples, Granola, Green Beans, Green Onions, Greeting Cards,

Habanero Peppers, Half Runner Beans, Ham, Heirloom Cherry Tomatoes Mixture, Herb Foot Soak, Herbal Sage Tea, Hickory Nuts, Hog Jowls, Hot Wax Banana Peppers, Honey, Hops, Hot Peppers, mixed, Hummus,

Ice Cream Sandwiches, Icicle Radish, Indigo Tomatoes,

Jalapeno Peppers, Jams/ Jellies, Jeni’s Splendid Ice Cream,

Kale, Kale Salad,

Lamb, Lavender Leather Britches Beans, Leeks, Lemon Basil, Lettuce, Lettuce Wraps, Llama Fiber, Long Island Cheese Squash,

Marjoram, Maple Syrup, Mint, Missing Egg Salad, Mixed Greens, Moon and Stars Watermelons, Muffins, Mushrooms (dried), Mushroom kits,

Nasturtiums,

Okra, Okra Ornaments, Oregano, Oriental Eggplants, Oyster Mushrooms, 

Parsley, Peaches, Pears, Pear Tomatoes, Pecan Patties, Pickling Cucumbers, Pie Pumpkins, Pink Beans, Pink Tomatoes, Plum Tomatoes, Pork Sausage (Mild and Medium Spicy), Pork, Potatoes, Potato Candy, Pound Cake, Pumpkins, Pumpkin Bread, Pumpkin Cornmeal Bread, Pumpkin Donuts, Pumpkin Granola Bars, Purslane,

Rabbit, Radishes, Raspberries, Red Delicious Apples, Red Onions, Red Peppers, Ribeye, Roma Beans, Roma Tomatoes, Rosemary, Rovings- Alpaca, Rovings- Llama, Rum Cake,

Sage, Salad Dressing Mix, Serrano Peppers, Short Ribs, Sirloin, Shelly Beans, Smoked Trout, Soup Bones, Spaghetti Squash, Spare Ribs, Spelt Pasta, Spinach Salad, Spreen, Spring Rolls, Squash, Squash Blossoms, Stevia, Sweet Dumplin Squash, Sweet Italian Sausage, Sweet Potatoes, Sweet Potato Greens, Sweet Potato Squash, Sugar Baby Watermelon,

Tabouli, Tarragon, Tatsoi,  T-Bones, Tema Beans, Thai Basil, Tofu, Tofu Meatless Meatballs, Tofu Burgers, Tofu Pasta, Tofu Soysage, Tomatillos, Tomatoes, Tommy Toe Tomatoes, Trout, Turkey, Turnips, Turnip Greens,

Used cookbooks,

Water (bottled locally), Watermelons, Wenks Hot Peppers, White Pumpkins, Winesap Apples,  Wool,

Yardlong Beans, Yellow Squash, Yukon Gold Potatoes,

Zebra Tomatoes, Zinnias, Zucchini, Zucchini Bread, Zucchini Cake

Remember, the Wild Ramp Market is a seasonal and local market. This means that what the Producers have ready for the market at any given time needs to be enjoyed while it is available. If you really like something and you are a Friend of the Market, you can request a larger quantity to be set aside for you to pick up. That way you can preserve it to enjoy it out of season as well.

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8 Comments leave one →
  1. October 22, 2012 5:17 pm

    You guys rock! 🙂

    Seeing what you’ve done down there in WV always inspires me, and is a great model for other aspiring Markets to us!

    • October 22, 2012 10:36 pm

      Perhaps one of the reasons we could do it is because we are a small farm state…the mountains restrict the amount of acreage that can be farmed so most farming practices here are “old style”….sort or organic practice in most aspects. The consumers are not necessarily wanting that, altho some do. Most just love the idea of fresh, great tasting food that is local, supporting the area economy.

  2. October 22, 2012 7:33 pm

    Then you’ll just have to start something out here! You could be the Johnny Appleseed of locavore markets… lol

    • October 22, 2012 10:34 pm

      hahah…I have been a doing person, not an organizer LOL

  3. Tammy Kessler permalink
    October 22, 2012 9:42 pm

    Thank you! Thank you! I have been looking for for a place like this and was willing to drive hrs to find it until I was told about you and I was thrilled. I have told all my friends. Please keep it up…..

    • October 22, 2012 10:33 pm

      Tammy, we are located in downtown Huntington in Heritage Station. Located at the end of 11th Street right by the flood wall and Veterans Memorial Boulevard, Heritage Station is Huntington’s original train station and is now renovated into a lot of interesting shops. The Widl Ramp is open Wednesday-Friday 11-7 and Saturday 10-4 although hours may be changing for the winter. Check us out on Facebook.

  4. Kat permalink
    October 26, 2012 10:52 am

    Where can we find this survey? I’ve looked here and on our Facebook and website. I haven’t found this survey =( I would really like to be able to list some grain needs to see if I could get them fulfilled locally.

    • October 26, 2012 12:23 pm

      The survey is on paper in the Market at the cashier’s station. If you can;t get down there any time soon, you can call (304) 523-RAMP (7267)

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