Cooked on a gigantic skewer, at first we thought this traditional treat was meat (bacon or pork strips). Only when we got closer did we notice it didn’t smell or resemble meat.
It’s actually a bread product, hovering somewhere between a pretzel and a day-old loaf of something. The inside flirts with the softness of a pretzel, and the outside has the hardness of a thick crusted peasant bread.
It is typically rolled in a little sugar and can be filled with chocolate, cream, etc…
We found its best use to be as a photo device—my daughter came up with the great idea of taking photos of landmarks through it’s center hole.
Now that was delicious.