Ramps are in season. It's a short season so get them while you can. Make pesto and pasta sauce, omelets and pizza, pickle them, freeze ramp butter. So many options, so little time!
What are ramps, you say? Allium Tricoccum. Wild leeks. And, a few sources say, the reason for the name "Chicago". The Potawatami word for Wild Onions (also skunk, but I choose to ignore that variation) is Checagou. Apparently, ramps were plentiful and the are had a distinct - but pleasantly garlicky oniony 'aroma'.