Trivia Question: Cheddar cheese is named for a village in which country?
One of the world’s most popular cheeses, cheddar dates back to 12th-century England. According to popular legend, the cheese was discovered in a small town in Somerset named Cheddar Village, where farmers used caves to keep their milk cool on hot days. A milkmaid forgot about a pail of milk in one of the caves; when she returned, it had hardened into the golden cheese we’re now familiar with.
The Answer: The correct answer is England.