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15 Weird Food Combinations Chefs Secretly Love

Reader's Digest Logo By Morgan Cutolo of Reader's Digest | Slide 1 of 15: 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. Try eating these food combinations that can dramatically boost your health.

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. Try eating these food combinations that can dramatically boost your health.
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