Coltsfoot is popping up now. This is one of those plant names that gets applied to a lot of different species depending on region, so for specificity, this is Petasites frigidus. I have been aware of this plant for a long time, but didn't realize it was edible until it was too late last year. According to my books, the stems are good cooked, and the leaves can be eaten raw or cooked like spinach. Being the first time I've consumed this plant, I just chewed up a couple of small leaves to make sure I didn't have a reaction to it. It's been a few hours and no issues yet, so I'll be experimenting with this one this season.