Jon Dale Shadel — Writer, Editor and Producer
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Washington Post: "It’s not you. It’s what you eat."

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Might eating habits signify the chances of romantic success? It’s an amusing, if a little silly, question. Of course, finding someone who matches your taste in food in every way may be impossible, if undesirable. But go ahead and do the math: Married couples may share tens of thousands of meals together. When put that way, culinary style doesn’t seem like such a trivial factor. This essay for The Washington Post explores the issue of food compatibility in the context of my relationship history — what those seemingly insignificant details of our lives say about who we are.

 "It’s not you. It’s what you eat." was published in The Washington Post on Dec. 7, 2016.    Read the entire essay  here . 

"It’s not you. It’s what you eat." was published in The Washington Post on Dec. 7, 2016. 

Read the entire essay here