1 Kings 19:6

And he looked, and, behold, there was a cake baken on the coals, and a cruse of water at his head. And he did eat and drink, and laid him down again.

And he looked, and, behold, there was a cake baked on the coals,.... Just took off the coals, quite hot. Bochart {q} thinks it should be rendered, "baked on hot stones"; and such was the way of baking cakes in some of the eastern countries, See Gill on "Genesis 18:6", the stones hereabout might be heated by a supernatural power, and the cake baked on them by an angel; these sort of cakes are in Hebrew called "huggoth", as some pronounce the word, and are said to be now common in Bulgaria, where they are called "hugaces" {r}:

and a cruse of water at his head; to drink of in eating the cake; which cruse or pot a learned man {s} thinks was Elijah's, not brought by the angel, only water put into it by him; see 1 Samuel 26:11, and he did eat and drink; but not all that was set before him:

and laid him down again; to take some more sleep for his greater refreshment.

{q} Hierozoic. par. 1. l. 2. c. 33. col. 528.
{r} Busbequius apud Calmet on the word "Bread".
{s} Schacchi Elaeochrism. Myrothec. l. 1. c. 44. col. 224.