Slideshow: Market Scene: Saturday Farmers Market at Kapi'olani Community College, Honolulu

Papaya
Papaya
The fresh fruit at the market is so sweet you'll want to crack into it on the spot (just try to leave some room for some awesome baked goods).
Lychees
Lychees
Most of the produce at the farmers market is grown locally on the island of Oahu, but some, like these lychees, are imported from Kona, the Big Island.
Fried Mochi
Fried Mochi
Many hot food vendors sell snacks to munch on as you work your way through the market. For example, a flat griddle kept these fried mochi warm.
Live Abalone
Live Abalone
Now, no Hawaiian farmers' market would be complete without live mollusks.
Shave Ice
Shave Ice
Making a batch of the popular fluffy, refreshing shave ice requires a special ice shaving machine. Unfortunately they were too big to pack in a suitcase.
Orchids
Orchids
A rainbow of tropical flowers is available at the market.
Hawaiian Sweet Bread
Hawaiian Sweet Bread
When asked about this bread, the baker admitted, "It's just Portuguese sweet bread but we make it on Hawaii so we call it Hawaiian sweet bread."
Sweet Bread
Sweet Bread
Portuguese, Hawaiian; who cares about the name when the bread is so soft and sweet. I took this pan to my face.
Papayas
Papayas
Wall of Pineapples
Wall of Pineapples
Easier Eating
Easier Eating
The pineapple also is sold pre-cut. Definitely the way to go.