It took years of working in the corporate world for her to realize that it was not the life she wanted. Gone would be her days of workaholism. Frank decided to leave Chicago to return to Cincinnati and start, from the ground up, some sort of food business. “I really wanted to work for myself and do something that I love,” Frank says.
And voila: C’est Cheese is born.
C’est Cheese, pronounced “say cheese” (but it’s OK if you never get it right — few do), is a gourmet grilled cheese food truck. A year in the making but only really a couple weeks old, C’est Cheese hit Cincinnati’s ground running.
Calling herself a “list person,” Frank has a calendar ridden with handwritten to dos: on Wednesday they have this; on Saturday they have that. She’s been at Night Owl Market during Final Friday and is scheduled to serve at Cincy Brew Ha-Ha. She’ll cater your wedding and name a sandwich after you. At this rate, it’s hard to believe that C’est Cheese is still so new to the city’s food scene. What is this, some kind of Skyline? (No, it’s much, much better.)
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Music by Ike Wilhelm.