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Within the tartare, bits of toasted pumpernickel add crunch, pickled pears contribute acidity and fermented-garlic-glaze trumpet mushrooms boost the umami factor.
Whole roasted carrots with pumpernickel and sauerkraut puree or slick dan dan noodles twirled with slivered zucchini and succulent oyster mushrooms.
Also, black pumpernickel, which adds a nice earthiness.
Enjoy on a sandwich with some pumpernickel bread or just spread it on some crackers.
On the menu: smoked salmon Oscars–that is, pumpernickel crostini shaped like Oscars topped with creme fraiche and a hint of caviar.
The bagel flavors utilized included plain, sesame, rye, and pumpernickel—why no everything?!—which made for a slightly sweet, dark lager.
All the varieties are worthwhile — there’s even a credible gluten-free bagel, no small feat — but my current favorite is the pumpernickel, made from rye and crushed caraway.
Every sandwich at Pom Pom’s can come on either sourdough, pumpernickel, rye or whole wheat.
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Origin and Etymology of pumpernickel
First Known Use: 1738See Words from the same year
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Definition of pumpernickel for English Language Learners
: a heavy and dark type of bread made from rye
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