This week's question: Residents of a New Jersey town recently discovered a dumping ground of 500 pounds of rain-softened spaghetti, ziti, and elbow macaroni next to a creek. If this vast ridge of pasta were a geographical feature, what should it be called?
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THE WINNER: "Ridge-atoni"
Nicole Hayes, Baltimore, Maryland
SECOND PLACE: "The Spagheadowlands"
Jennifer King Maggio, Galloway, New Jersey
THIRD PLACE: "Continoodle Shelf"
Buffie Stockton, Jackson, Wisconsin
Emma Komlos-Hrobsky, New York City
"Cusp o' Noodles"
Carol Oberfoell, Monticello, Iowa
Freda Giblin, West Bloomfield, Michigan
James Conrad, Montrose, Pennsylvania
Hunter Burgan, Los Angeles, California
Chas Kikel, Cleveland Heights, Ohio
Eleanor West, Asheville, North Carolina
Ken Kellam III, Dallas, Texas
Claire Williams, Louisville, Kentucky
"Macaroni And Trees"
Kenneth Burgan, Grass Valley, California
"Great Mid-Atlantic Pasta Patch"
Lance Broy, Athens, Ohio
Jeff Jerome, Northampton, Massachusetts
"The Isle of Manicotti"
Betsy Carlson, Sterling Heights, Michigan
Paula Fornari, Lubbock, Texas