107Re: [cooking_rumpolt] German bread recipes
- Sep 7 11:52 PMAlthough "weck" is a dialectic word for a breakfast roll in German, here in the US and
specifically in Buffalo New York, the only time "weck" is used is in conjunction with
"kimmelweck". If one wanted a plain roll and used a German word, one would use "brötchen" or
"semmel". If you went into a German bakery in Buffalo and asked for "weck", they wouldn't inquire
as to what kind you wanted. They would just give you a kimmelweck roll. What you would get if
you ordered "weck" in a bakery in Germany, I am not sure.
--- Adele de Maisieres <ladyadele@...> wrote:
> Huette von Ahrens wrote:My thoughts are whirled like a potter's wheel; King Henry VI, part I: I, v
> > "Weck" is a version of a kaiser roll, but with caraway seeds and kosher salt on top. It is
> > actually called Kimmelweck. It is a specific kind of bread roll very popular with German
> > immigrants in Western New York/Buffalo New York area.
> I think "kimmel" is caraway, so presumably Weck per se doesn't have to
> have it.
> Adele de Maisieres
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