The belief that “opposites attract” also applies to the palate. These foods bring together flavors in such an unexpected way that you may never want to see them apart again. SOURCE

1. Bacon & Maple Frosting

Bacon & Maple Frosting

This recipe proves that bacon doesn’t always have to pair with chocolate.

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2. Black Tea & Eggs

Black Tea & Eggs

Yes, even a crevasse can taste good. Learn the Chinese Tea Egg recipe here.

3. Peach & Parma Ham

Peach & Parma Ham

Hello sweet. Hello savory. Hello recipe.

4. Coffee & Beer

Coffee & Beer

The fact that these two are on a steak proves that “too much of a good thing” is just some myth.

5. Purple Yam Ice Cream & Bread

Purple Yam Ice Cream & Bread

Try Jun Belen’s recipe for Ube Ice Cream Sandwiches.

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6. Tofu & Mango

Tofu & Mango

Tofu can hangout with nearly anything, and this mango dessert is no exception.

7. Coffee & Brisket

Coffee & Brisket

Try this combination for yourself.

8. Watermelon & Deep Fried Goodness

Watermelon & Deep Fried Goodness

Deep frying anything is usually the right idea.

9. Pumpkin Bread & Salsa

Pumpkin Bread & Salsa

This combo hails from Las Chicas.

10. Basil & Blueberry

Basil & Blueberry

Try a Lemon Basil Blueberry Cupcake and never look back.

11. Tequila & Avocado

Tequila & Avocado

This Avocado Margarita recipe has a hearty serving of vegetables and booze.

12. Fruit & Chili Powder

Fruit & Chili Powder

Cut up fruit, add some spice, and you’ll have yourself a Cinco De Mayo Fruit Cup.

13. Zucchini & White Chocolate

Zucchini & White Chocolate

Zucchini escapes the everyday casserole by taking on a cake form.

14. Yogurt & Beet

Yogurt & Beet

These flavors meet for some layered yumminess.

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