This snack is a fried dough rubbed in pure garlic and seasoned to perfection. This was particularly done for us when growing up as we gathered with other Hungarians for outings and cook outs. The smell is heavenly, they are smeared with the juice of a cut garlic clove and eaten warm. We children would stand impatiently around the kitchen waiting to get the first Langos out of the pan. In Hungarian kitchens the mother would feed the children and men first and then she served herself last. This tradition still holds true today no matter what age we are.