HOLMEN, Wisconsin (WXOW)-- The lunch menu at Holmen High School is getting an upgrade thanks to an Iron Chef competition.
Thursday night, six teams competed for the title of being named Holmen's Iron Chef.
The top prize won 500 dollars and their healthy recipe will now be part of the lunch program. The event was a partnership between the La Crosse County Health Department, the Holmen Food Service and the high school.
Students had to include two locally grown vegetables in their recipe and the fat content had to be less than 30 percent.
Congrats to Emily Armstrong!
The junior earned top prize with her Cock- A-Leeckie soup.
Students can look forward to that item on the menu soon.
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