Pumpernickel (1766)

Steve Boatti Ittaob at AOL.COM
Mon Apr 29 01:43:36 UTC 2002

In a message dated 4/28/02 9:04:03 PM, Bapopik at aol.com writes:

<< The name is said to have been given to it by a Frenchman travelling this
way, who, when this coarse bread was brought to table, said, _Qu'il etoit bon
pour Nicole_, which was the name of his horse.  >>

Interesting. I understood that "pumpernickel" had a more flatulent derivation.

Steve Boatti

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