Here's a delightful video for the making of kkultarae, aka "honey string" or a "honey spiral," a Korean dessert. To make it, you begin with a firm piece of honey, which is then stretched and pulled into strands that almost look like noodles. It's dipped heavily in cornstarch to keep the strands from sticking together, then wrapped around a filling of ground nuts. The finished product yields 16,384 strands of the honey-based treat, which you know from their cheerful song that accompanies the process. It will make you very hungry while reminding you of the power of exponents, since each step in the process is 2 to the Nth power:

Sources: YouTube: Kaloy Yap