A bunch of Austrians popped up on a recent thread, making me wonder if any of your grandmothers made Poteca (pronounced poh-teet-za). The women in my mother-in-law's family used to make it for holidays, but they are all gone now, and I'm the only one still making it. I will have to teach my d-i-l and coerce her into carrying on the tradition. Tedious to make but not difficult.
A poteca anecdote: My husband used to say that mine wasn't like his grandmother's. Before she passed away, I had often had poteca she had made and couldn't really see where mine failed the test. Pushed, he finally told me that she had used a wood stove and that hers was always burned on top.
Sweet dough rolled as thin as possible
Spread with lemon scented egg/sugar/walnut mixture
Heavenly when fresh, toasted when it starts getting stale.