Thankfully, Qdoba Mexican Grill Grill has cleared up the confusion. A week before the feast day of St. Valentine, the Denver-based chain issued a news release about a food personality study conducted on its behalf by Dr. Alan Hirsch, director of the Smell & Taste Treatment and Research Foundation in Chicago. The study involved more than 2,500 adult men and women and showed that you can detect someone’s personality by the type of Mexican food he or she prefers. I did not know ...
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