NEW YORK TIMES - Mar 12 - The first time John Stonehill was invited back to his girlfriend's house, he headed straight for the refrigerator. "I came away knowing a great deal about her," Mr. Stonehill said. "Refrigerators are filled with clues about the people who own them." That idea gave rise to what he calls "refrigerdating." He helped Samsung come up with a Refrigerdating app to prove we are what we eat. The app works with Samsung's Family Hub refrigerator, which sells for ~$3K and has a screen in the door that can show you the contents of your fridge. The idea is that you can look at your phone while you're at the store to find out if you're out of milk. But the dating app lets you see the inside of someone else's fridge. Gleaning information from what we eat may be an unusual way to meet a mate, but does it reveal who we really are? A study in the journal Appetite found, for example, that risk takers tend to like spicy food. And researchers from North Dakota State University reported that people with a sweet tooth tend to have sweet personalities.