Sękacz is a traditional wedding cake made mostly in eastern Poland. It contains 60 to 80 eggs and is formed by dripping batter over a giant spit. You rotate it over and over again for ten hours. You continue to add layers of batter throughout the cooking time. It must be baked very close to a hot wood-burning fireplace. When it's done, you stand it up vertically and when the cake is cut you can see rings of the layers as you see the rings in a cut tree.