Messiah College. The title of the course was "The Age of Jefferson and Jackson" (I have not taught it since, or at least I have not taught it by that title). About midway through the semester, one of the students asked me what I knew about the "mammoth cheese" that Andrew Jackson received while he was president. This was apparently a story that my predecessor in the position used to like to tell during her U.S. Survey course. The question caught me off guard and the best I could do was say that I had "heard of" the cheese, but didn't know much about it. (Or at least that is how I remember it).
I am glad that folks like Mark Cheathem know a lot more about Jackson's mammoth cheese than I do. Here is a taste of his post on the subject at Jacksonian America: