You can get these buckwheat crepes from a street vendor in France. You can add sauteed spinach, cheese and a fried egg, or just top it with the "usual" toppings - nutella, fruit preserves or cheese. From nytimes.com.
From the "All Around the World Cookbook," this recipe comes from a Soviet Georgian restaurant that is only open for private functions. To present this, take the martini glasses and dip the rim in simple syrup. Then dip the rim into a plate with dill before filling to make for a pretty presentation.
This is Presidential candidate Barack Obama's family chili recipe that he's been using for years. I live in Denver and saw something about the Brown Hotel making this recipe for the guests during the 2008 Democrat National Convention.
Similar to the usual blend of vegetables of Provence, that's where the similarity ends. Banana, ginger, lemongrass and cilantro take it far East. This is a recipe I found in the "All Around the World Cookbook."