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YYC Fiddleheads

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It's that time of year. Anyone seen em' yet? Or ramps?

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  1. Have not seen them yet...usually its the 1st/2nd week in May before they begin to appear.

    1. I've never seen them...where can you usually get them? \\

      I've heard great things and want to try...

      1. I saw some at CFM this past weekend. Forget which stand though. I'll let you know if I see them again this weekend.

        1. Co-op and Superstore carry the fiddleheads.

          1. I saw fiddleheads at the Cherry Pit (CFM) last weekend. $5.99 roughly for a clamshell.

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            1. re: nutellaluvr

              In Edmonton I just bought them at IGA.

              1. re: cleopatra999

                Mercato has them.

            2. Went to opening day at DJ's market and they had fresh fiddleheads for $5 a clamshell. Very tasty! There's also a price tag for morels but I didn't see any yet :(

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              1. re: slingshotz

                DJ's is open!? Why don't I keep up on these things!?

              2. Bought some at Crossroads, $9 per lb.

                1. Saw some at Sunterra (Britannia location) yesterday... $3.99/package I believe.

                  I've never tried them... maybe I should go back :)

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                  1. re: Chow_Down

                    Co-op on Richmond Rd has them, sorry I didn't notice the price but they looked really fresh.

                    1. re: beekeroc

                      I saw them at the Coop Midtown Market a few days ago too.

                  2. strathmore coop and sobeys has them,havent been to no frills yet but 10 bucks says they have them.

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                    1. re: howlin

                      Saw fiddleheads at the Farmers Market in the Currie Barracks - $10.99/lb or $6.99 in a plastic box. Very green and very fresh.