Zucchinis and onions are in. Dried chile and chicos are available to enjoy from last fall. There's honey and grass-fed lamb. And come for lunch and sit eating freshly-made burritos or tamales cooked by Ramona Oaxaca at one of the shaded tables in the center. You can watch the students baking pizzas in the horno. It’s best to visit before 2 pm, since many vendors sell out early during the weeks before the monsoons arrive and the harvest develops more strongly with the rains. We are still doubling purchases with the SNAP cards.