Crepe (France). 'Crepes are a staple of Gallic cuisine, eaten year-round throughout the country. The batter is made of milk, flour, eggs and sugar or salt, and cooked in a thin layer on a hot, round griddle called a billig (or pillig in Breton). The versatility of their fillings and the unbridled imagination of the food-obsessed French may leave you with some very tough decisions.' http://www.lonelyplanet.com/france
Apt Market, Luberon, France
Cherry tree sushi, omelette, sesame salad with tuna and lotus root, red cabbage, and radish.