Chef versus Manager or Brother versus Sister? Dating and Dining When You Work with Your Sibling
Last week, Jacqueline published an article on Cosmopolitan about why she doesn't want kids, and how that doesn't make her any less of a woman or partner. So on today's eposide, the team delves into how kids play into the dating scene: when do you bring up that you do or don't want them? Would you date someone with kids? How does this change as we grow older? They pull in some thoughts from readers and listeners, too. Then they're joined by Will and Julie Horowitz, the chef/manager - brother/sister team behind New York's Ducks Eatery and Harry & Ida's Meat and Supply Co., which has recently taken the city by storm with their pastrami and insane smoked and fermented meat-fish-veg menu. How do they survive working together when they're closer than a chef and manager might ever be otherwise? How does dating a coworker work when your sibling is already around? Find out on this week's episode.
"As a woman, almost 30, I definitely feel like there is an obligation to pro-create..." [30:00]
--Julie Horowitz on Love Bites