12 Strange Food Combinations Chefs Secretly Love

No one would ever think to combine these foods. But when these chefs did, they made mouthwatering dishes.


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Red grapes and pimento-stuffed olives

Chef and owner of Angeline in New Orleans, Alex Harrell, loves to combine the sweet and salty flavors of red grapes and pimento-stuffed olives. He’ll pop them in his mouth one after the other. The flavors are even better if the olives are room temperature and the grapes are cold, Harrell says.

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