A wedge of brie cheese.
Brie definition by American Heritage Dictionary
A mold-ripened, whole-milk cheese with a whitish rind and a soft, light yellow center.
Origin: After Brie, a region of northern France.
Variant of brie (cheese)
a ripened soft, white cheese made in France, or a similar cheese made elsewhere
Origin: after Brie, region in France, east of Paris