A wedge of Gouda.
Gouda definition by American Heritage Dictionary
A mild, close-textured, pale yellow cheese made from whole or partially skimmed milk.
Origin: After Gouda, a city in the western Netherlands.
Variant of Gouda (cheese)
a mild, semisoft to hard cheese similar to Edam and sometimes coated with red wax
Origin: after Gouda, Netherlands, city where origin, originally produced