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Food and Beverage Pairings for Broke Ass College Kids
Course #1Kraft Single(s)

The best way to start an extravagant meal such as this is with a little something to warm up the stomach. A pre-appetizer (or, as the French call it, an “amuse-bouche”) is a great way to excite the taste buds and is also a great way to remind yourself that you have only tiny portions of food in your possession.
Kraft Singles are neither overwhelming to the palate nor are they technically food, which makes them a truly fancy hors d’oeuvre. This mild cheese product that you “borrowed” from your roommate’s side of the fridge will prepare your stomach for the bounty to come. And the sticky, grimy texture provides a nice challenge for even the most dismissive tongue!

Pairs Well With: You’ll want to pair this food stuff with something that really coats the tongue; preferably something that feels like honey but tastes like a bumblebee. Milwaukee’s Best Light is the perfect aperitif, providing the subtle notes of gun metal and hobo sweat you’ve come to expect of the brand, but without all those filling calories. Remember, this is a 5-course dinner, so you’ll want to sip that demon swill, not chug.

Food and Beverage Pairings for Broke Ass College Kids

Course #1
Kraft Single(s)

The best way to start an extravagant meal such as this is with a little something to warm up the stomach. A pre-appetizer (or, as the French call it, an “amuse-bouche”) is a great way to excite the taste buds and is also a great way to remind yourself that you have only tiny portions of food in your possession.

Kraft Singles are neither overwhelming to the palate nor are they technically food, which makes them a truly fancy hors d’oeuvre. This mild cheese product that you “borrowed” from your roommate’s side of the fridge will prepare your stomach for the bounty to come. And the sticky, grimy texture provides a nice challenge for even the most dismissive tongue!

Pairs Well With:
You’ll want to pair this food stuff with something that really coats the tongue; preferably something that feels like honey but tastes like a bumblebee. Milwaukee’s Best Light is the perfect aperitif, providing the subtle notes of gun metal and hobo sweat you’ve come to expect of the brand, but without all those filling calories. Remember, this is a 5-course dinner, so you’ll want to sip that demon swill, not chug.

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