Culinary Students Carve Their Final Exams

12/10/2009
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Some culinary students at Joliet Junior College took a unique final exam on Dec. 9 and 10—they carved 400-pound blocks of ice into holiday sculptures for their ice carving class, taught by Chef Mike McGreal, chair of the Culinary Arts and Hospitality Department.

The FOX Chicago morning news team was scheduled to do a live report with the students and Chef McGreal on Dec. 10, but unfortunately had to cancel at the last minute due to late-breaking news. As shown in the photo gallery below, Chef McGreal carved them a nice FOX ice sculpture anyway!

The completed sculptures are now on display on the Main Campus patio outside the cafeteria.

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