Guest 7 Dec 2005 / #1When I was a child, every year for Christmas we had special Polish pastries. There's one in particular that I've been trying to find for years.It's light in color on the outside, smooth but wavy. It's round & hollow in the inside like a bundt cake would be. It's very tall & when you buy it, it's sliced across & you'd buy a ring. On the inside of the cake, there are light & dark layers that I was told come from it being spun. It would be sliced horizontally in thin layers to eat.I don't know the true spelling, but it sounded like it was spelled something like bonku. Bon, like a bon-bon, & ku like coo. I have been looking for it for years & today we went in search of it in Chicago to the Polish bakeries & deli's. A customer at one of the bakeries said she knew what I was talking about & she wrote it down in Polish for me. It looks like it is Sekacz & sounds like san koch.I'm still not sure if it's the same thing & if it is, why were we told it was called something else. I would really like to find it for Christmas like we had when I was a kid.