Believe it or not, a part of your childhood originated in Michigan and is hard to find when you venture outside the Mit -- and virtually unheard of beyond the Midwest.

Turns out, Superman ice cream is pretty much a Michigan-thing.

In this video, Jim Karnopp, who owns Cafe Luwak in Ypsilanti, says he’s pretty sure the original recipe came from Stroh’s, the now-defunct Detroit brewery, that began making ice cream during prohibition.

Sounds legit, but some of the folks who commented on this blog aren't convinced that Stroh's gets all the credit.

Did you know that one of your favorite childhood treats was just a Michigan thing?