Sacrificial Tiger Nut Cone Cake, called in Egyptian, Wah Shat, as depicted on the painting in the Tomb of Rekhmire, from Thebes, Egypt.
For a more authentic taste use Extra Virgin Olive Oil from Israel, since the Egyptians imported their olive oil from Canaan during the 18th dynasty, when Rekhmire lived. Most of the olives used for olive oil production in Israel today come from varieties that have been around for thousands of years and are not a modern development. Also, use Egyptian Sidr Honey, which is made by Egyptian bees from the flowers of the Sidr tree (Ziziphus spina-christi), more famously known as Christ's thorn jujube, which was used to produce honey in Ancient Egypt, as well. Both, the Israeli olive oil and the Egyptian Sidr Honey, can be easily purchased in the US online.