October’s “Name This Dish” Contest Winner

by in Food Network Magazine, November 20th, 2012

Autumn Wrap
Each month, thousands of Food Network Magazine readers submit clever names for the back page’s Name This Dish contest. Previous dishes include tricolor potatoes (winning name: “United Tates of America”), a hot dog sandwich (“Triple Dog Dare”) and even a portable treat (“Berried Treasure”). In the October 2012 issue, we asked you to dream up names for this autumn wrap (pictured above). Some of our favorites were:

Fall Tied Up!
Caitlin Dowswell
Vallejo, Calif.

Fall Foldiage
Michelle Burwell
Desert Hills, Ariz.

Fit to Be Tied
Anita Rai Flick
Port Jefferson, N.Y.

But the winner, Paul Spadafora of Montclair, N.J., really hit the mark when he dubbed it “Autumn Wrapsody.” Want to take a stab at naming this month’s cheese puff tower? (It’s pictured below.) If you come up with the most fun, unexpected and inventive name, you could win $500 to spend on FoodNetworkStore.com. Click here to enter and check back next month to see the winning name for November’s stuffed popover.
cheese puff tower

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Comments (5)

  1. Patricia Groppe says:

    Ready Set Eat Cheese Tower
    Patricia Groppe
    209-684-2790
    stegla@netzero.com

    It looks delicious!!!! ""Ready Set Eat Cheese Tower""

  2. Nell Lovell says:

    I would like to offer a name for the dish in the January, 2013 issue of your Food Network Magazine.:
    HIDDEN BERRY CUPCAKES
    Or: FIND THE STRAWBERRY CUPCAKES

  3. Caryn Riley says:

    I would like to enter a name for the November Cup Cake dish. With chocolate and strawberries, it has to be 'LOVE'

    LITTLE LOVE CAKES
    OR
    LOVE YOU BERRY MUCH CUPCAKES

  4. Sandra Thompson says:

    MY name for October 2014 Name This dish contest is………..Savory Cheese Surprise pull loaf

  5. Patsy Brown says:

    Savory gruye're cheese pull-apart bread

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