Last week's question: A U.S. military lab has developed a pizza for soldiers that can sit on a shelf for up to three years without being frozen or even chilled and still remain safe to eat. If this indestructible pizza were sold in stores and supermarkets, what should it be called?
THE WINNER: Semper Pie
Karen Milliorn, Las Cruces, N.M.
SECOND PLACE: Grandpapa John’s Pizza
Thom Thacker, Irvington, N.Y.
THIRD PLACE: The Lasting Supper
Joanne Sullivan, Maspeth, N.Y.
Die Hard Pizza
Janine Witte, New Hope, Pa.
Donna Astor-Lazarus, Princeton, N.J.
Robbie Oaks, Monte Alto, São Paulo, Brazil
Samuel Scheibler, Milwaukee
Ken Kellam III, Dallas
J. Todd Greeno, New York City
Auld Lang Slice
Eric E. Wallace, Eagle, Idaho
The Wheel of Time
George Grant, Somers, Conn.
Pizza de Resistance
Tom Sheppard, Flat Rock, N.C.
Charlotte Corry, Brimfield, Mass.
Wayne Wylie, Austin
Jeff Smith, Brighton, Mass.
Tour of Duty Pizza
Jillian Charbonneau, Rockport, Maine
Trevor Pendras, Tacoma, Wash.
Ready When You Are
Kenneth R. Updegrove, Cedaredge, Colo.
Mary Cooley, Mendham, N.J.
WREs: Wheels Ready to Eat
Robert Withrow, Longview, Wash.
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