In honor of Spring, I want to share some of my favorite combinations, that also happen to fit the Paleo Diet! Happy Spring!


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ThinkstockPhotos-496649887COMBO #5: Strawberries, 85% cocoa chocolate, & balsamic vinegar
MAKE THIS: A dessert with fresh strawberries, shaved chocolate, and a drizzle of balsamic
WHY: A classic trio, no sugar added. A simple and quick dessert

COMBO #6: Grapefruit, avocado, & shrimp
MAKE THIS: Half a grapefruit, empty it, dice it, and stuff it back with avocado dices and chilled cooked shrimp.
WHY: A great trio of tanginess, smoothness, and saltiness.

ThinkstockPhotos-507712360COMBO #7: Mediterranean vegetables & mango
MAKE THIS: A ratatouille with sautéed zucchini, eggplant, and diced mango.
WHY: A completely different take on the classic that works.


COMBO #8: Chicken, morel mushrooms, and watercress
MAKE THIS: Saute’ chicken breast and mushrooms. Top with watercress salad.
WHY: Morels are one of the only mushrooms to come out in the Spring. They pair great with chicken, and a fresh touch of watercress.

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Gui Alinat

Gui Alinat is a Tampa, Fla.-based American Culinary Federation Certified Executive Chef, published food writer, and the owner of Artisan Boutique Catering. He is the author of "The Chef's Repertoire," and "Eat More, Burn More." Born, raised and classically trained as a chef on the Mediterranean coast of France, he traveled extensively, working in restaurants around the world. Chef Gui promotes an active lifestyle, sound nutrition, and believes that fresh and tasty food is resolutely compatible with fat loss and bodybuilding alike. He lives in Florida with his wife Carissa and their five children.