Simple, yet fascinating:
Bread baking at ~ 20:00.
Here's that confection they are roasting on a spit in front of the fire: https://culture.pl/en/work/polish-food-101-sekacz
Update: and the wiki entry: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/%C5%A0akotis
And the generic "spit cake": https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Spit_cake
about it. Thx for the 🖇️. I suppose this is not something I can make at home.
For the first time from a street vendor. Quite tasty.
Sękacz is so good.
Oddly the one place I've been able to find it here is in the Japanese import section of our local grocery store. I guess there is a history there:
Could barely make out the Polish.
I watched the Chinese subtitles.😄😄😄
At first look I thought they were cutting the loaves with a table saw!