It will be as small as the Grand Duchy of pumpernickel—but there will be room to put up a friend.
pumpernickel cut in slices, dried in an oven and rolled fine may also be used.
We peppered and paprikaed it, salted and spiced it, then spread it thicker than butter on pumpernickel and went to it.
There was also a great dish of pumpernickel besides the usual food.
Printing, brewing and distilling are also carried on, and the town is famous for its rye-bread (pumpernickel).
I am going to visit the old haunts of my youth at pumpernickel.
"I am glad to know you," said I, as pumpernickel introduced us.
Spread this on thin slices of brown bread or pumpernickel, put two together, press lightly and cut into long, narrow shapes.
You will find that there is something wrong with your passport, and you will be sent on to pumpernickel for examination.
From a German bake shop get the bread, either "Kummel," (which is rye with caraway seeds), or pumpernickel.
"dark rye bread," 1756, pompernickel, from German (Westphalian dialect) Pumpernickel (1663), originally an abusive nickname for a stupid person, from pumpern "to break wind" + Nickel "goblin, lout, rascal," from proper name Niklaus (see Nicholas). An earlier German name for it was krankbrot, literally "sick-bread."