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The Princess Bride

DRINK MATCH: Hot Chocolate

If there's one thing grandparents are good for, it's babysitting. And as any decent grandparent will tell you, books are an essential tool of the trade. In Rob Reiner's THE PRINCESS BRIDE, a young Fred Savage is treated by his grandfather to a wonderful narration of fencing, fighting, torture, revenge, giants, monsters, chases, escapes, true love, and of course, miracles. Whether enjoying this film with children or adults, the beverage best suited to bring out the kid in you is a nice cup of Hot Chocolate (or Chocolate Milk, depending on the season). If you must spike it, you can add a dash of Scotch whisky, coffee liqueur, or peppermint schnapps. If in the presence of little ones, clearly label the adult drink so you avoid any hassles from Child Protective Services.


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