On next week's show I'll talk a bit about my recent trip to Israel, and the culinary highlights of the voyage. Way up on the list was aranygaluska, a desert made by Mrs. Sporkful's 89-year-old grandmother, who comes from the tradition of Hungarian bakers. It's a bunch of munchkin-sized dough balls rolled in butter, sugar, cinnamon, nuts, preserves, and more, then pressed together in an O-shaped cake tin and baked. After it's done, you break the balls off and -- wait for it -- dip them in vanilla pudding. Here are some pics of this masterpiece.