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Favorite Chow at your local Farmer's Market

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I like the Kettle Corn and Roasted corn at the Northridge FM on Wednesdays. The lines get ridiculously long, though.
Also, the duck egg vendor at the Friday Eagle Rock FM sells very good "Balut". He sells out early sometimes.
So, what is your favorite cooked/ prepared food to chow whenever you visit your local Farmer's Market?

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  1. Big Mista BBQ at the Century City Farmers Market. Great brisket.
    http://bigmista.com

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    1. re: wienermobile

      damnit, you beat me to the punch.

      yes, another fan of big mista.

    2. grillmaster's chicken with the potatos cooked in chicken drippings.

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      1. re: cdub

        Don't forget the garlic sauce. I think the potatoes are better than the actual chicken.

      2. Hawaiian chicken at Bunker Hill farmers market. Korean stand at BH farmers.

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        1. re: Thor123

          re: hawaiian chicken

          nice to see they're still around. They still got
          that crack sauce?

          1. re: ns1

            Love the sauce. Always order extra!

        2. Gourmet Tamales stand at the farmer's market in Santa Clarita. Sunday am in the College of the Canyons parking lot.

          1. Pupusas and tamales (green chile and cheese, please) from the Brentwood Farmer's Market. Although the folks that do the breakfast burritos do an awfully good job, too....

            1. At least two to three years ago there was a guy at the West L.A. farmers market (sunday mornings -- off of Santa Monica Blvd. where the old W.L.A. courthouse was) who did Belgian waffles and french fries. Anyone know if he is still around? Name and website? Other places to find him? Those waffles were great -- hot, crispy, sweet, 2 for $5 I believe.

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              1. re: nosh

                Yes. Now on Sundays, he's at the Mar Vista one.

                Patrick is the name of the guy I believe.

                1. re: kevin

                  Thank you, kevin.

                  And amazingly, you wrote an entire reply without even one obscenity! ;-)

                  1. re: nosh

                    Yes. Baby steps.

                    And it's late in the night.

                    You might as well grab some decent coffee after at the coffeehouse nearby or pepys galley is also decent.

                    1. re: kevin

                      Very impressive baby steps! You can do it!