This week's question: A team of NASA-funded researchers has found a method for converting human feces into an edible, protein-rich paste that could feed spaceship crews on a three-month flight to Mars. To persuade astronauts to survive on this recycled foodstuff, and perhaps to market it to the public, what appetizing, family-friendly name could NASA give it?

Click here to see the results of last week's contest: Support bird

RESULTS:

THE WINNER: "In-N-Out-N-In-Again Burger"
Wallace Fingerett, Woodland Hills, Calif.

SECOND PLACE: "Rehash Browns"
Larry Peterson, Denison, Iowa

THIRD PLACE: "Deja Food"
Dennis Relihan, San Tan Valley, Ariz.

HONORABLE MENTIONS:

"Guano-la"
Linda Manuel, Stockton, N.J.

"Poop Tarts"
Tom Huitema, Portage, Mich.

"Re-entry Bars"
Barbara James, Bedford, Mass.

"McVitie's Digested Biscuits"
Rob Pigott, Long Beach, Calif.

"Star Log"
Stephen Greenfield, La Crescenta, Calif.

"Ding Dungs"
Sonia Kang, Sacramento, Calif.

"Scattles"
Phyllis Klein, New York City

"Taheinie"
Allie LeCaux, Florence, Ore.

"Feces Pieces"
Paul S. Wax, Sarasota, Fla.

"Dump-lings"
Patty Oberhausen, Fort Wayne, Ind.

"Chop Sewery"
Don Bill, San Diego

"Eat 'n' Repeat Treat"
Cassandra McGee, Sugar Land, Texas

"Poo-tine"
Clay Stephenson, Alpharetta, Ga.

"Soylent Brown"
Jeff Cox, Shawnee, Okla.

"Pee 'n' Yuck Butter"
Bill Beckham, West Columbia, S.C.

"Buttella"
Jeff Holmes, St. Paul, Minn.