Cider Donuts: Aside from sporting a wide selection of fresh pastas, veggies, and exotic sundries, the WPBGM is home to some fine prepared vittles, such as Anitas Guacamole (New Times Best Guacamole 2007, available at both markets) and Chef John Carlinos famous Cider Donuts. The apple cider infused pastry is popular in northeastern states, where connoisseurs enjoy its moister, cake-like consistency with a glass of cider on the side. Carlino fries his up fresh at his stand and coats them with a dusting of cinnamon sugar for a spicy, sweet bite.
Organic Produce: The DGM, now in its 12th season, is featuring a new, wider selection of organic produce, such as eggplant, gourmet lettuces, ripe tomatoes, and wheatgrass. The certified organic stuff has been a big hit, but thats not to say the rest of the produce locally grown with the same careful treatment given to organic goods isnt equally fresh. The market is also home to In the Dog House Bakery and their selection of all natural, gourmet dog treats (with nifty flavors like peanut butter), and takes place in Worthing Park, so visitors can lounge out with their eats all afternoon.
Both markets are open Saturdays from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. Visit www.wpb.org/greenmarket and www.delraycra.org.
Saturdays. Starts: Nov. 10. Continues through March 8, 2007