Friday, June 2nd, 2023
Friday, June 2nd, 2023

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Hunt is on now for Ohio’s bountiful wild asparagus

Europeans brought asparagus to the New World, and the tasty plant has gone feral across most of the United States. Fresh and tender asparagus cooked within hours of its harvest in the wild is as good as it gets, according to the author. (Photo by John Hageman)
Feral asparagus plants frequently are found within ditch banks, which lie within the public right-of-way that are used for electric and telephone lines. Fresh and tender asparagus cooked within hours of its harvest is as good as it gets and blows away any days-old specimens arriving at your local grocer from Mexico or California.
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