Imagine a delicious, buttery, thinly rolled dough wrapped around a wood spindle-like stick. Unroll the dough, slice it into strips and sprinkle it with various condiments such as cinnamon, sugar, thinly chopped walnuts, chocolate and caramel. Roll the dough onto the spindle once again and let it bake standing upright. Salivating yet?
rugelach" (aka "Kurtosh) that are now available at branches of the Hungarian bakery Kurtosh. There are three branches in Tel Aviv (Lincoln, Dizengoff near Ben Gurion and Borgashov), two branches in Rishon L'Tzion and one in Ashdod.
Prices of the Kurtosh range from 22-25 NIS depending on the fillings you request. They take about 20 minutes to bake so you can custom order, go for a walk and return to a freshly baked cake. They will stay fresh for about 3 days and I was told NOT to try to slice my Kurtosh. This is a pull apart dessert.
Various other Hungarian bakery items are available including a Dobos Torte for 50 NIS.