I was listening to a radio show, and a dish was mentioned that piqued my curiosity. As a goyim, I know little about kosher food other than my favorite dishes at Canter's. On the show, a chef was being interviewed in Israel. He mentioned a dish that is popular among Jews as a 'special' morning breakfast, often on Staurdays, the same way goyim might indulge in something like Eggs Benedict on a weekend morning. He said that to prepare it takes hours in the oven, and that is a fattening dish that should not be indulged in by those trying to lose weight. He just barely mentioned the name, and I didn't quite catch it, but I'd remember if I heard it again. It was a two-syllable word that was "Zach-something" or Jack-something". Any idea what this dish is?