Results from the Edible Book Festival, 2013

Second Annual Edible Book Festival Results!!!

Our second annual Edible Book Festival was held in the Hatfield Room on March 15th, 2013, in conjunction with the annual International Edible Book Festival. There were nearly twice as many entries this year, so a big thank you goes to all of our participants.  The Statesman Journal also provided wonderful photos of the exhibits and even a video interview of how Kimberly Miller and her collaborators created “The Monster Book of Monsters”  in the March 15th edition of the newspaper. Below are photos of the entries, the winners, and photos during the judging and awards ceremony.

 

Prizes awarded:

  • People’s Choice – “The Monster Book of Monsters” by Kimberly Miller, Audrey Kaltenbach and Matt Bateman.
  • Best Student Entry – “One Cake to Rule Them All” by Kelsey Kinavey.
  • Most Creative – “Lord of Pies” by Kelly Slaughter.
  • Most Literary – (Tie) “The Picture of Dorian Souffle” by Maureen Ricks; “Lay’s Miserables” by Katie Mariman.
  • Punniest – (Three-way tie) “Their Fries Were Watching Cod” by Sophie Hearn; “Their Eyes Were Watching Cod” by Megan Newcomb and Grace Katzmar; “Pride and Prego Dish” by Liz Butterfield. 
  • Honorable Mention – “Hop on Pop” by Sara Amato.

 

“The Monster Book of Monsters”

Inspired by Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban
By J.K. Rowling
Created by Kimberly Miller, Audrey Kaltenbach and Matt Bateman

People’s Choice

“One Cake to Rule Them All”

Inspired by The Lord of the Rings By JRR Tolkein
Created by Kelsey Kinavey

Best Student Entry

  “Lord of the Pies”

Inspired by Lord of the Flies
By William Golding
Created by Kelly Slaughter

Most Creative

  The Picture of Dorian Souffle

Inspired by The Picture of Dorian Gray
By Oscar Wilde
Created by Maureen Ricks

(Tie) Most Literary

 

  Lay’s Miserables

Inspired by Les Miserables
By Victor Hugo
Created by Katie Mariman

(Tie) Most Literary

 

Their Fries Were Watching Cod

Inspired by Their Eyes Were Watching God
By Zora Neale Hurston
Created by Sophie Hearn

(Tie) Punniest

 

  Their Eyes Were Watching Cod

Inspired by Their Eyes Were Watching God
By Zora Neale Hurston
Created by Megan Newcomb and Grace Katzmar

(Tie) Punniest

Pride and Prego Dish

Inspired by Pride and Prejudice
By Jane Austen
Created by Liz Butterfield

(Tie) Punniest

 

  Hop on Pop

Inspired by Hop on Pop
By Dr. Seuss (Theodor Seuss Geisel)
Created by Sara Amato

Honorable Mention

  “Hairy Potato”

Inspired by Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets
By J.K. Rowling
Created by Amy Amato
  “The Marshmallowship of the Ring”

Inspired by The Fellowship of the Ring
By JRR Tolkein
Created by Victoria Binning
“Sylvia”

Inspired by Birthday Letters
By Ted Hughes
Created by Carol Drost
  “Clementine’s Letter”

Inspired by Clementine’s Letter
By Sara Pennypacker
Created by Mary, Ruby, & Hoy McRobinson
  “The Big Two-Hearted River”

Inspired by The Big Two-Hearted River
By Ernest Hemingway
Created by Sage Townsend
  “The Cats’ Table”

Inspired by The Cat’s Table
By Michael Ondaatje
Created by Joni Roberts
  “The Count of Monte Crisco”

Inspired by The Count of Monte Cristo
By  Alexandre Dumas
Created by John Repplinger
  “Oscar Meyer’s Salami”

Inspired by Salome
By Oscar Wilde
Created by Saran Walker
  “To Grill a Mockingbird”

Inspired by To Kill a Mocking Bird
By Harper Lee
Created by Emma Jonas
  “Pages Coming to Life – Jungle Book”

Inspired by Jungle Book
By Rudyard Kipling
Created by Leslie Whitaker
“Olive R Twist”

Inspired by Oliver Twist
By Charles Dickens
Created by Leslie Whitaker
  “Holes”

Inspired by Holes
By Louis Sachar
Created by Allison Boltwood

Viewing and Judging the Exhibits

 
 
 
 
 
 

For questions, contact Carol Drost, x6715, cdrost@willamette.edu.