Traditionally, pogacha is any round bread (sweet or savory) that is important for its many roles in cultural traditions, from welcoming guests and celebrating weddings to buying a new home or harvesting grapes in the fall. Our twist on this tradition starts with our sweet dough and is layered with crushed walnuts. When warm, the pogacha is soaked in syrup and then dusted with sugar. As it cools, the syrup is soaked up, turning this treat into what we call Cakelava. It's baklava... but cake.