MPS students create ice cream flavors inspired by people of impact
MILWAUKEE (CBS 58) -- Milwaukee Public Schools holds an annual competition for students to make ice cream. But this year, things were a little different.
Instead of making the ice cream itself, students created flavors inspired by a person of impact, presenting their ingredients on mood boards.
Culinary arts students across the district represented their creations to the judges, who decided they were all winners this year.
"There was some kicking around of ideas and some workshopping of how we were going to do it, but we settled on this. Really, I think it came out great, of students telling us who impacted them and letting us sit back and reflect back on if they had a business and they were reflecting on these people, how would they do it."
The celebrity judges included Lieutenant Governor Mandela Barnes, Jerry from "Ben & Jerry's," and our own Telemundo Wisconsin anchor, Alexis Dominguez.