Orange Gelato a Winner in Latest PSU- Common Man Apprentice Competition

April 29th, 2009 by Adam

PLYMOUTH, N.H.-
The latest installment of the Common Man Family of Restaurants and Plymouth State University’s “Apprentice” competition ended recently with
a group of students producing a delicious orange gelato.

The Ice-Dream team beat 13 other student teams in a taste test conducted at the Common Man Inn in Plymouth. The competition is modeled after the reality TV show, ‘The Apprentice,’ featuring Donald Trump. The winning team was chosen after diners cast ballots after a taste-test of all 14 entries April 30. PSU’s ‘Ice-Dream Team,’ which produced ‘Simply Orange Gelato,’ pose with their winning entry.

Left to right, Karen MacDonald, Eliza Badeau, Amanda Kania, Pavel Gonzalez, Sally Waren and Tim Rezendes.

The winning entry, ‘Simply Orange Gelato,’ will be sold this summer at Frosty Scoops ice cream stand at the Common Man restaurant in Plymouth.

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