- Pfälzer Spundekäs (PfaelzerSpunkaes) : Pfälzer Spundekäs refers to a typical bread spread from Rheinhessen and Rheingau and originally from Maiz made from a combined mixture of cream cheese , quark and sour cream. Other recipes use various ingredients, such as a mixture of finely grated semi-hard cheese (Schnittkäse), whipped cream (Schlagsahne), butter, with finely chopped onions, salt and spiced with Kümmel (caraway seeds). Pfälzer Spundekäs is best served with newly baked farm-baked bread (Landbrot) with crispy crust. It can also be served with boiled potatoes (Pellkartoffeln ), and fresh vegetables (Salat), such as Feldsalat , Romanasalat or Bataviasalat. Pfälzer Spundekäs which is also called Käaserollen is also spelled PfaelzerSpunkaes.