We confess to having to do some research to find out what ‘ramps’ are. It’s a wild onion that looks like a spring (green) onion but with long, wide leaves.
What we love about this dish aside from the ingredients, is the photograph that shows how that sauce clings to all those crevices provided by the pasta.
We believe that whether you call it ‘radiatore’ or ‘armoniche’, this pasta is finding its niche. There is no getting away from it, if Blue Apron is introducing it to you, then this is possibly an industrial age pasta for today. We love how they have used it to bring together a traditional Cacciatore dish.
It’s up to you to and us to continue discovering the wonderful world of pasta and all the possibilities that entails! It’s a constantly changing culinary landscape.