Huntington Edition: The Wild Ramp - Odds & Ends

By Candace Nelson - 10:00 AM

Wild Ramp goodies - scragglepop, hermitage, wired possum

There are so many incredible businesses in West Virginia - especially in the food arena. I love going to The Wild Ramp in Huntington to not only check out the outdoor farmers, but also see the vendor goods inside (and each some goodies from the kitchen!). 

Wild Ramp goodies - scragglepop, hermitage, wired possum

There are so many good products out there, I wanted to share some of my recent haul, including these hot sauces from Native Eats.

Wild Ramp goodies - scragglepop, hermitage, wired possum

Holy Cross Monastery is a traditional, English-speaking men's monastic community of the Russian Orthodox Church Abroad, located in Wayne, WV. They make soaps and other products for sale! I also got some of this Panforte to try, which is like a spice cake with fruit. 

Wild Ramp goodies

It was interesting.

Wild Ramp goodies

Ooh and Appalachian Botanical Co. has lovely lavender that you can put in a dresser drawer to keep all your clothes smelling fresh.

Wild Ramp goodies - scragglepop, hermitage, wired possum

They also have their own honey and salt. 

Wild Ramp goodies - scragglepop, hermitage, wired possum

Sneak peek of some of the delicious things that come out of Harvest Kitchen.

Wild Ramp goodies - scragglepop, hermitage, wired possum

This kitchen inside The Wild Ramp uses food from local vendors to create some delicious meals. 

Wild Ramp goodies - scragglepop, hermitage, wired possum

Scragglepop is a kettlecorn business that can be seen at events, stores and elsewhere in the area. They have a bunch of different flavors, but the traditional was available at the Wild Ramp, and I was excited to bring some home. 

Wild Ramp goodies - scragglepop, hermitage, wired possum

Wired Possum Coffee is a new coffee roaster in Hurricane, and I always like to collect some beans from local roasters. They roast in small batches and create interesting flavors.

Wild Ramp goodies - scragglepop, hermitage, wired possum

Meet the Roaster: Our roaster, Daniel Schumacher, discovered his love of coffee while working the graveyard shift in 2006. Going to his favorite coffee shop in the evening before work helped put him in the right mindset for getting his job done well. Over time he’s visited shops and roasteries around the country, appreciating the craftsmanship and attention to detail they each bring from the bean to the cup. Upon moving to Hurricane in early 2020, Daniel decided to take his passion to the next level by opening Wired Possum Coffee.

Wild Ramp goodies

Just a few more odds and ends - Toms Creek Smoked Chipotle Maple Syrup. This Wayne family farm grows produce in the summer and makes maple syrup in the winter.

Wild Ramp goodies

Cedar Run Farm Maple Syrup is really popular in the area; In addition to their syrup, they also grow Christmas trees! Finally, Sugar Bottom Farm produces honey - plus other home and body products. 

What are your favorite finds?

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