What is Sękacz?
Sękacz (seng-kach) cake is a popular event cake from eastern Poland that is incredible in taste and shape. Its thick, rich batter contains 40 or 50 eggs and it is baked by pouring ladles full of batter onto a rotary spit in open oven or over a very hot wood-burning fire.                                                                                  
As the batter bakes, it forms what look like branches. It is rotated over and over again
for 10 hours. When it’s done, you stand it up vertically so that all the “branches” stick out andslice it horizontally to see the “tree rings.” In the old days, sękacz was only baked for holidaysand weddings because of the time and expense to make. 
Name Phone Qty.       4-inch $12 Qty.       8-inch   $18 Total Amount Payment
1 EX. Jane Doe 330-647-4862 1 2 $48 Ck #3456
 Costs: $12 for a 4” mini cake                  
$18 for the 8” approx 1 lb cake.              Preordered and prepaid orders only.  

Make checks payable to “Krakowiaki”.

Give order form to Krakowiaki member or mail to: 3553 Hunters Hill, Poland, OH 44514.

Orders will be ready for pick-up on Thursday, December 8th during Polish Happy Hour at The  Arms Family Museum and Tuesday, December 13th during Polish lessons at St. Casimir.
All proceeds to benefit the Krakowiaki Polish Folk Circle costume fund.

Click HERE to download order form

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