What's Your Food Sign?: How to Use Food Clues to Find Lasting Love
Alan Hirsch M.D. looks and acts like any other serious medical researcher but take him into a restaurant and his interest will change to love and romance. That's because Dr. Hirsch's avocation is observing the ritual of romance through people's senses of taste and smell. What does it mean if she likes martinis and he likes Manhattans? Find out why a cheddar cheese lover will fall for an apple type. Also, find out why it makes perfect sense to use the sense of taste and the sense of smell when on a quest for the perfect mate. Dr. Hirsch's near perfect record of predicting compatability among lovers has made him a popular talk show guest.
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