Apr 6, 2015 ... ... I take a look at the peculiar history of the word pumpernickel — a kind of
German bread with an origin that turns out to be downright devilish.
Dec 18, 2012 ... This would have resulted in coarse, whole grain bread—the descendants of
which are dark, rustic breads from Europe, like pumpernickel.
That variety of rye bread called "pumpernickel: has been known by the name for
centuries, but no one knows to a certainty the origin of the word. Webster ...
Try this pumpernickel bread recipe made with blackstrap molasses, caraway
seeds, sea salt, and rye bread. Get this pumpernickel bread recipe at PBS Food.
May 7, 2009 ... Pumpernickel: Real pumpernickel bread is made using a specific ... I've been
trying to find a rye bread recipe that uses this, but most call for ...
Dec 18, 2001 ... Over the years I've heard two origins for the word 'pumpernickel. ... One claims
that it was Napoleon proclaiming the bread was only fit for his ...
Pumpernickel definition, a coarse, dark, slightly sour bread made of unbolted rye.
See more. ... Origin of pumpernickel. Expand. German. 1750-1760. 1750-60 ...
Apr 6, 2015 ... Why Is Pumpernickel Bread Named for a Farting Devil? Listen to Slate's show
about the flatulent history of a popular deli staple, featuring ...
Define pumpernickel: a heavy and dark type of bread made from rye. ... Origin
and Etymology of pumpernickel. German, from pumpern to break wind + Nickel ...
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