This week's question: A company in Israel has created an edible rib-eye steak, complete with authentic fatty marbling, using a 3-D printer that lays down layer after layer of lab grown animal cells. If a restaurateur were to open a chain of steakhouses that serve up only 3-D printed meat, what should the eateries be called?

Click here to see the results of last week's contest: Gorilla case

RESULTS:

THE WINNER: "Zero-ox"
Nalini Quraeshi, Kalamazoo, Michigan

SECOND PLACE: "Hoof Prints"
Carl Benkley, Carlisle, Massachusetts

THIRD PLACE: "Outback Bakehouse"
Dave Ronak, Neenah, Wisconsin

HONORABLE MENTIONS:

"Xer-Ox"
Mike Reiss, New York City

"All the Moos That’s Fit to Print"
Laurel Wroten, Petaluma, California

"The Printed Herd"
Thomas Meyers, King Ferry, New York

"Hot Off the Press"
George Rose, South Daytona, Florida

"I.T.-Bones"
Jon Gilbert Fox, Hanover, New Hampshire

"All the Chews That’s Fit to Print"
Catherine Pomiecko, Natick, Massachusetts

"Gutenberger"
Pierre Nizet, Santa Barbara, California

In-N-Printout Burger
Laurel Rose, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

"Kobe Kopy"
Ivan Kershner, Salem, South Carolina

"BurgerKinkos"
Ken Kellam III, Dallas

"Longhorn Laboratory"
Norm Carrier, Flat Rock, North Carolina

"Printer to Table"
Shaun Manny, Alpharetta, Gerogia

"The CADdle Company"
Rick Torrence, The Village, Oklahoma

"Fine Print Steaks"
Robert E. Wright, Panama City Beach, Florida