noun (often initial capital letter)
- cheddar pink,
Origin of cheddar
Examples from the Web for cheddar
In March, U.S. cheddar prices hit record highs when a surge in exports to China reduced domestic supplies.
Order their bacon egg fancy, a toasted sandwich with cheddar cheese, avocado, red onion, and house mayo on multigrain.
So the idea of combining corn & cheddar with linguica and kale?
A Nebraska product similar to Cheddar and Colby, but with softer body and more moisture.
Sprinkle with grated Parmesan and Cheddar, and cook for about twenty minutes.
Cheshire and Cheshire imitations see with Cheddar in Chapter 3.
Mr. Coward found it in the Cheddar caves hanging in bunches.Animal Life of the British Isles|Edward Step
Dust it all over with grated Parmesan and Cheddar, put it in the oven for half an hour, and serve very hot.
type of cheese, 1660s (but the cheese presumably was made long before that), from Cheddar, village in Somerset, England, where it originally was made, from Old English Ceodre (c.880), probably from ceodor "ravine" (there is a gorge nearby).