I don't know about you, but I'm done with cold noses and chapped fingers. Tired of stuffing myself into coats and slurping soup to keep warm. My family in Louisiana tells me about azaleas bursting with blooms and tender asparagus popping up in the farmers market. They're rolling in spring onions and green garlic, while I'm here dreaming of peas and fiddleheads.

It seems New York has a ways to go until buds peep out of dark earth and trees don their season's finest — but it is officially spring. So whether spring has already sprung for you, or, like me, you're still buzzing with anticipation, here are 12 of our best ways to welcome the season.

1. Ramp carbonara

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2. Radish, snap pea, and burrata salad with chives and lemon

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3. Turnip greens frittata

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4. Asparagus with young garlic and horseradish

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5. Spring vegetable panzanella with poached eggs

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6. Roasted potato, sunchoke, and asparagus salad with ramps

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7. Georgian khachapuri filled with ramps, green onions, herbs, and cheese

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8. Ducksoup's spring vegetable fritters, cucumber yogurt, and curry leaves

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9. Fiddlehead frittata

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10. Spring fennel and dandelion green slaw

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11. Annie Wayte's chilled asparagus and almond soup

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12. Leek, prosciutto, and egg tart

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This story was originally published on Food52.com: Welcome spring produce with 12 bright, fresh dishes.