Hello all! We kind of figured if we were going to be sharing our adventures in the kitchen and elsewhere with you, we should introduce ourselves. Feel free to comment and do the same – we’d love to hear from all of you Phro*Zeners!
Hey everyone! I’m Meg, the elder of the two Swallow sisters, and that’s me in the photo above goofing off during one of the snow days we had this winter. I went to Ohio University where I studied journalism. I spend a whole lot of time exploring the downtown and Over-the-Rhine areas looking for favorite new restaurants, cool new business ventures, and nifty spots to hang out. I’ll be writing a lot about that area (especially since we sell pints at Park+Vine down on Main!) not only because I really like spending time there, but because I’m excited about the growth that’s happening in our city. I’m really interested in community projects, and will be attempting to find more time to do charity work, etc., all of which I’ll write about.
Hello! My name is Ellen, the younger of the two Phro*ZEN sisters. I’m attending the University of Cincinnati for Psychology, if you’ve read previous news articles, yes I changed majors. Chemical Engineering wasn’t my forte. That little cat is Button. I love her dearly as I do most animals. I enjoy eating, crafting and all that outdoorsy stuff(camping, canoeing, hiking and whatnot).
-> Inserted by Meg about Ellen: She also creates a lot of the flavor combinations for Phro*Zen, and designed our original logo. Ellen being the more artistically inclined of the two of us, gets most of the creative assignments. She created the Phro*Zen hand design, which Dianne Durban refined and turned into the logo we have today. She is awesome.
Well, that’s it for now! You’ll learn more about us as we go, and we hope to hear from you! Enjoy your Sunday – we’ll write again very soon with an interview with Jess from Last Bites Bakery, who inspired this month’s feature flavor.
“The world is like a mirror you see? Smile and your friends smile back.” Japanese proverb