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- n. A salty bread roll topped with caraway seeds and often served with thinly sliced roast beef, popular in western New York.
German Kümmel, "caraway", and weck, "roll" (in south-western dialects). (Wiktionary)
On one side lay several kummelweck rolls, a steam tray of roast beef and a large bowl of horseradish next to a platter of cheese cubes.