August 22, 2011 | 11:56am
Looking to give a new farmers' market a try? Check out the Yellow Green Farmers Market, open Saturdays and Sundays from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. in Hollywood.
This 100,000-square-foot market has several features that make it worth the drive: free parking, alcoholic drinks, and, most important on a hot summer day, a roof. Plus you're buying directly from the source, making this a haven for cheap eats. We took the drive this past weekend to scope it out for you. Check out some of our favorite edibles:
Check out Hot Mama, tempting you with her mini-pies and spice rubs.
Nothing like some local regurgitated bee sugar.
Take a seat and grab a beer. Shopping is hard work.
Name another place where you can get gypsy goulash in Miami.
Best-looking booth award goes to Machupicchu.
Sugarcane and coconut water -- two of nature's most delicious hangover cures.
Most unique product award goes to Popping Rice, fresh rice cakes made one-at-a-time right before your eyes.
Don't miss the pickle and olive cart near the entrance for freesamples.
WTF is blackened redfish olive oil (bottom left)? We assume it's infused with blackening spices, but we can't confirm this oil is fish-free.
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