This week's question: Residents of Wyoming can now legally collect and eat deer, antelope, moose, and elk that have been accidentally killed by cars. If a Wyoming-based chef were to write a cookbook filled with roadkill recipes, what should it be titled?

Click here to see the results of last week's contest: Tyrant tips


THE WINNER: "Fresh off the Grille"
Laurel Wroten, Petaluma, California

SECOND PLACE: "One from the Road"
Gary Green, West Allis, Wisconsin

THIRD PLACE: "4 Michelins (No Stars)"
Mike Robison, Mountain View, California


"Meals Under Wheels"
Rebecca Burgan, Petaluma, California

"A Goodyear's Harvest"
Jennifer Kitchin, New Smyrna Beach, Florida

"Splatter to Platter"
Patty Oberhausen, Fort Wayne, Indiana

"Al Dented"
Beth Cedarholm, River Falls, Wisconsin

"From Blacktop to Tabletop"
Rebecca Burgan, Petaluma, California

"Grille to Grill"
Tim Mistele, Coral Gables, Florida

"Middle of the Road Stews"
Kenneth Walker, Bridgeport, Ohio

"The Bumper Crop Cookbook"
Richard Buddenhagen, Bloomfield, New Jersey

"From Fender to Tender"
Lori Dodd, Browerville, Minnesota

"Take Advantage of Your Bumper Crop"
Kenneth Burgan, Grass Valley, California

"Crash Diets"
Ken Kellam III, Dallas

"Steak Tar Tar"
Bill Ziegler, West Chicago, Illinois

"Smeared to Seared"
Jeffrey Connelly, Arlington, Virginia

"Highway Haute Cuisine"
Mary Torrey, Mason, Michigan

"From the Interstate to Your Dinner Plate"
Elliott Linker, Oceanside, California

"Treaded Veal"
Jim Lyerla, Cottage Grove, Oregon