I created a database of all the dishes that are popular, like tacos, pizza, coffee.
How did you come up with a list of favourite foods?
So I researched the different factors that connect people and food was the No. So I’m like, “Let me give it a shot and create something on my own.”How did you do your research?
I looked at what instantly connects people and found that it was the same taste in food — and music, which was a close second.
But to improve his odds, the 31-year-old Toronto man needed to create something different.
So he did some research, trying to figure out the recipe for love and the special ingredient that binds people.
A lot of dates happen around food, with people going to a restaurant or coffee shop.
I thought, food actually connects and what if you were to start looking at people who want to have the same food? There was something connecting people based on music, but nobody was doing it with food.
Swipe left on images you don’t like and right on those you do — an idea borrowed from the online dating app Tinder.Dig deep, find who you truly are and connect with others that share your lifestyle, passion or defining trait... A deeper connection can be made when you match with others that have the same kwink. Sure, you may have multiple Kwinks but try to find the strongest one first. Bhatia, originally from India, came to Canada in 2012 to do an MBA at York University’s Schulich School of Business.Since finishing in 2014, he’s worked on projects for companies such as e-commerce giant Amazon and MNM Design Labs, where he developed mobile apps to track food-truck deliveries in San Francisco.I posted an ad on Kijiji saying I was hosting a pizza party — with free pizza and Coca-Cola — in the (party room) of the condo where I lived. Once I interviewed between 100 and 150 people, answers started overlapping.