If you like French fries, you'll love... Chardonnay and lager.
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Fries' best feature? Caramelization, the crunch created when a spud's sugar meets high heat. Oak transforms Chardonnay in a similar fashion, and lager shares a creamy texture with both these treats.
If you like strawberries, you'll love... Champagne and saison.
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Strawberries' pucker makes your mouth water, much like the flavor explosion Champagne performs on your palate. Saison—often fruity, always carbonated—bears a striking resemblance to bubbly.
If you like green apples, you'll love... Sauvignon Blanc and pilsner.
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Green apples' most alluring attribute, tartness, is also a hallmark of Sauvignon Blanc, which is why it's good to pair with sour dishes. Pilsners, with their faintly bitter finish, achieve the same result.
If you like lemon Starburst, you'll love... Pinot Grigio and Mexican lager.
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I defy you not to love the lemony chew of a sunny Starburst; the smoothest of whites, Pinot Grigio; or a deliciously simple Corona! That these are all unpretentious delights makes them kissing cousins.If you like green juice, you'll love... Grüner Veltliner and India pale ale.
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A veggie nectar is among the brightest things you'll ever taste—until 5 p.m., when you try an equally verdant Grüner Veltliner or an IPA (it's full of hops, the emerald-colored flowers that make beer beautifully bitter).