I love the variety of vegetables at Sunday's Green Market some are locally grown organic some are brought in from neighboring areas.
We are fortunate to have growing in our backyard tomatoes, bananas, papaya, coconut, figs and carambola or star fruit.
We purchased a loaf of sweet bread that was round, the pan encircles the bread and when it comes out of the oven the bread has ridges spaced perfectly for a slice of french toast. The bread is sprinkled with cinnamon and stuffed with raisins. Yum!
Harley likes a breakfast that has more substance; this vendor had the most delightful disposition and was perfectly located next to the coffee ladies, his fluffy omelets and roasted potatoes were yummy, I had a homemade double chocolate brownie for my breakfast.
Herbs and orchids, lots of orchids.
Other people take recycling to a different level. These are recycled plastic bottles, reminds me of the 60's and the flower children. Do you remember the silliness on Laugh In? They loved flowers.
This artist had local scenes that made me want to walk into the picture and enjoy the location. I'm sure your Green Market offers the same types of vendors. People are so cleaver and talented we have wood crafters, the lady that crochets just about anything, the kettle corn guy that keeps all the squirrels happy, a gentleman that carves canes that are amazing works of art, the chiropractor making adjustments, a band plays while you shop, the smoothie girls tantalize the taste buds with their delectable concoctions, people with preserves, gourmet teas and coffees, the fishmonger, and the lady that reads your fortune to name a few. I love winter in South Florida.