November’s “Name This Dish” Contest Winner

by in Food Network Magazine, January 8th, 2013

stuffed popovers

Each month, thousands of Food Network Magazine readers submit clever names for the back page’s Name This Dish contest. Previous dishes include a fall wrap (winning name: “Autumn Wrapsody”), a tricolor potato salad (“United Tates of America”) and even a portable treat (“Berried Treasure”). In the November 2012 issue, we asked you to dream up names for this stuffed popover (pictured above). Some of our favorites were:

Coco Cabana
Jennifer Luster
Longview, Wash.

Over-the-Top-Overs
Amanah Kader
Manassas, Va.

Popover for Chocolate
Kathy Stirle
Redlands, Calif.

But the winner, Sandra Scalise of Commerce Township, Mich., really hit the mark when she dubbed it “Puddin’ Pops.” Want to take a stab at naming this month’s stuffed cupcakes? (They’re 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 December’s cheese puff tower.
stuffed cupcakes

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Comments (25)

  1. Heather Wright says:

    Cocoa Berry Cupcakes

  2. Regina Brewster says:

    Sweetheart Surprise

  3. Jeanne Hudgins says:

    The hidden fruit cupcake!

  4. In a Jam says:

    Heart of Golden Cupcake

  5. Myra says:

    MJ Berry outa sight Cupcake

  6. @luvmyperros says:

    My Heart's Full of Sweetness cupcake

  7. Karen says:

    Strawberry Temptation

  8. Lynda says:

    A Berry Good Cupcake

  9. Nancy worley says:

    berry choclicious

  10. Pat Sellers says:

    Sweet Sunken Berried Treasure

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