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Whom would you invite out for a beer, dead or alive?
I’ll say my husband and business partner, Bob. He’s very much alive. We’d probably talk about what happened during the day at Biscotti. His world is keeping things going in the current season, and I’m working on the next season. Sometimes we get confused about which season we’re talking about, but we get it worked out.
What would people be surprised to know about you?
Before I started Biscotti, I had two small companies in my early 20s designing young women’s dresses. I went to medical school, but I really didn’t have the stomach for it. I was in an anatomy class, and it was the day that a cadaver was going to come out of the closet behind me, and that was the day that I resigned from that idea.
What’s on your iPad?
I read the Wall Street Journal, a local San Francisco paper, The New Yorker and The New York Times. I also have a big sprawling novel called The Corrections by Jonathan Franzen.
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