This data dish transforms a popular local dish of rice and milk mixture (“Sytlijash” of Ottoman origin) into a data dish based on the number of corruption reports that the Kallxo.com reporting platform receives from citizens. The rice and milk mixture’s height represents the number of reports received in the past two years. The broken crust –– made up of caramelized sugar –– represents corruption. So the higher the number of citizen reports, the more the crust of corruption is broken into smaller pieces. The more people report corruption, the lesser the chances that people will engage in corrupt practices theoretically. And did you get the wordplay in the title?