The one about Vermont pie
What pie, traditionally served with a slice of cheddar cheese, is considered the State Pie of Vermont?
Apple Pie. While many folks enjoy their apple pie à la mode with whipped cream or ice cream, in Vermont, the law requires a good faith effort to serve the state pie with a glass of milk, a scoop of ice cream, or a slice of cheddar weighing at least 1/2 oz. The cheese and apple pie tradition dates back to 17th and 18th-century England.